Cat Couple Shares Relationship Advice Just in Time for Valentine's Day

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Feline relationship gurus have published The Cat's Guide to Love. This cat couple is offering the secrets of true love based on their own May - December romance. Even humans will be able to understand and use this guide to get their love lives in order once and for all.

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As all cat owners know, the wisdom of cats is unequalled. This cat couple is no exception. Sam and Foxy, the authors of the Cat's Guide to Love, were homeless in their early years. They have the perspective of having nothing and then having it all -- love, their own humans, a home, financial security, and good health. They lay out everything they've done to achieve their success in this relationship guide for humans. Photos of these two felines illustrate each point.

A true sweetheart's love lasts forever. That's why it's so important that humans take advantage of this opportunity to find love as this babe magnet and hot fox share their insider secrets.

Examples of their relationship advice include:

--- Make Him Think He's a Babe Magnet

     Foxy: I make him think he's a babe magnet, even when he's got tuna breath. This is just part of being a good partner. Nobody is perfect.

--- Nurture Your Man's Ego

     Foxy: I've learned how to make Sam think that everything is his idea when it clearly is not. I get bored with this charade sometimes but it's necessary to make our relationship work. Men like to think they're in charge when we all know they're not. Just play along with this farce.

--- Communication Is King

     Communication is one of our rough edges. We've discovered that women want to talk more. Men want to talk less. Somehow you have to figure out a communication style that works for both of you. If you can just learn to listen, you'll go a long way in improving your communication with your love.

     Foxy: I have to repeat everything. He doesn't listen and only hears about half of what I say.

     Sam: She constantly repeats herself until I glaze over, so I just tune her out and act like I'm listening. She has no idea I'm not listening since my charming smile freezes on my face.

--- Show Affection Every Day

     Foxy: The humans call him my brother. If they only knew. This is no brother - sister relationship. We keep our relationship fresh and exciting by spending a lot of time in the sack. Give your partner oodles of affection.

     Sam: Sure, we've been fixed. But we've got feelings. We've got emotions. We spend lots of time cuddling with each other. I love being loved by my sweet Fox.

Sam and Foxy offer their relationship advice free of charge. They only ask that humans help homeless pets. Their website Animal Shelter Tips lists many ways animal shelters and animal lovers can help homeless pets through fundraising, finding grants, finding more volunteers, and more. Valentine's ideas to help these pets can be found at:

Celebrate Valentine's Day by Increasing Pet Adoptions and Fundraising

Kids Can Learn and Help Homeless Pets for a Sweet Valentine's Day

About Sam and Foxy and the Cat's Guide to Love

Sam was adopted from Operation Kindness, a no-kill shelter in Carrollton, Texas when he was three months old. He moved with his humans to the Colorado mountains, where Foxy appeared homeless and hungry several years later on a cold November day. It was love at first sight. They supervised their human Mom, Cathy Grace, in compiling this guide and dedicate it to everyone who helps homeless and abused animals. The family now lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.


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