No, Not all Cats have Autism.

Along with her ‘Ruby Dog’, Cadence has two much loved cats,’Mo Mo’ and ‘Miss Tilly’.  Mo Mo became part of the family the day he was born.  Miss Tilly arrived last year as a 3 month old. Like humans, both moggy’s have their own individual personalities and preferences, which Cadence relates to here:

Mo Mo is a bit like me.

He is a scardy cat. He hides from people he doesn’t know well.

He gets startled by sudden noise.

He doesn’t like others touching him but he does like soft strokes.

He is a fusspot with food. He likes to climb things.

He is always thinking and trying to do good.


Tilly is different.

She loves everyone, even strangers!

She eats anything at all and doesn’t care if its not her usual food.

She tries new games straight away and doesn’t care where she sleeps.

She is a chatterbox and purrs all the time.

Mo Mo likes things the same and never purrs.

I always know what Mo Mo is going to do next. I never know what Tilly is going to do!


Mo Mo and Tilly are my cats.

I like that they are not a bit the same.



One thought on “No, Not all Cats have Autism.

  1. Thank you for posting your piece. My two furry friends and myself over at the “Gilmours Nice Place” blog enjoyed reading it. We especially liked it because Mr Midnight appears to be akin to Tilly and Sir Winston much the same as Mo Mo.
    Kind regards out of the Black Forest.
    Meow, purr purr and all the best. 🙂

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