I am not an animal-lover. I am not an animal-hater either. I just always thought that I was kind of neutral about any animal other than a cat. That thought was in my head this morning, but it didn't feel right. It didn't seem to be a thought supported by actions.
So I took a walk around our 800 ft square apartment, and found 3 giraffes, a duck, an exotic sort of heron, two elephants, two origami herons, a bluebird, a bear and about 40 cats. None of these is useful, except the duck, which is a bronze and amber lamp, and two of the giraffes, which are teeny boxes. Except for the heron, the bear and one of the giraffes, none of these is over 4 inches high.
Does this excuse my lapse in judgment?