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The warm relationship of Senior Rescue Cat and loving father.(QP)

Although 16-year-old rescue cat Charlie does a great job of sleeping alone, he prefers a certain pattern to his favorite person, dad.

Luckily, Charlie’s dad was happy to support it because he understood what that meant for Charlie.

“At the beginning of the year, I came home from a long commute,” Conor Coley, Charlie’s father, told The Dodo. “The first night since I returned, he insisted on being spoon-fed.”

Since that night, the older tabby’s favorite part of the day is when he gets to be the little spoon.

Since the bed was his dad’s private area, Charlie always liked to sleep there. He wants to be a part of it.

She alleges that around 10 p.m., he entered Coley’s room. He’ll try to get under the covers if I’m already in bed, but if I’m not, he’ll wait right where I sleep and meow until I’m in bed.


Since the bed was his dad’s private area, Charlie always liked to sleep there. He wants to be a part of it.

She alleges that around 10 p.m., he entered Coley’s room. He’ll try to get under the covers if I’m already in bed, but if I’m not, he’ll wait right where I sleep and meow until I’m in bed.


Eight years ago, Coley rescued the “very comfortable” cat, observing Charlie contentedly lounging in the sunshine until it was time to cuddle.

He started purring as soon as I entered the room, according to Coley. “With the exception of the rare journey to get water, he will spend most of the evening sleeping. He usually comes right back and gently wakes me up so I can give him back the spoon.

At 16, Charlie knows how to get the attention he wants and deserves.

“If he wants your attention, he’ll meow in the house.” Cole said.

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