I don’t know how many watch “Too Cute” on Animal Planet. I catch it occasionally. It’s about baby pups (sometimes kittens) and their growing up antics the first weeks of life, and most of the little animals are truly “too cute.”
When they reach the appropriate age to be separated from their mothers, they find “forever homes” with new owners.
I like the term “forever home,” because it is apparent to me that most pets need—apart from love and food—to feel secure.
I learned that graphically during my move. My three poor cats were most nervous and upset, because their security was threatened. After a few days in their new home, they settled down and now seem fine. But it is also apparent