The imaginary kittens are loving it. Except for the fact many of the boxes are closed up and stacked on top of each other. Sadly, since I've several friends with bad allergies to cats, I'm not going to get any real-life felines.
Outside of the internet, I've few friends. I can always visit my parents and get my kitty fix there, or my friend Nicolle with her small feline horde (three). Besides. I live alone. It wouldn't be very fair for the kitty to be alone all day without a human to pester. ^^ (Yes, I could get more than one. But then they have each other and would ignore me. At which point I'm just being landlord for a couple of freeloading felines. ^^;; Ah well...)
Kitties make their own entertainment when you aren't in... walking on your stuff, scratching up the garden, killing things and leaving them somewhere prominent, etc etc. they don't really do boredom in the same way dogs do.
Mouse is currently on my lap washing himself. he *really* wanted to sit on my lap, meowing and putting paws on me untill I moved my magazine to make room for him. He's watching me type with fascination now, I suspect any minute he will be compelled to 'help'. Zach is snoring noisily on my bed.
Ah, letters. That which has been rendered virtually endangered by the internet. Bless them.
To be honest, I'm not sure what I would put in a letter to anyone I'd been out of touch with. The same could be said with a letter to someone I'm regularly in touch with too - though for different reasons, of course.