The dictionary says 'in brief' it means; HOLDING FAST, STUBBORN. A few adj. are BULL HEADED, HARD HEADED, WILLFUL, HEADSTRONG and the best PIG HEADED.
These are words that describe to a 'T' our
She and her brother Olly were living in a home where the lady had too many cats and so had to make the decision to give some of them up. A friend of ours who is a another animal lover told us about the young cats because we were looking for a 'barn cat'. We agreed to take the brother and sister. We were told that these cats had never been outside....never stepped on grass...and here they were going to be living in a barn and have access to the great outdoors for the first time in their lives!
Olly is the shy one...well not really shy but usually the more cautious of the two. I think he'd rather be a house cat and be in where it's nice and warm laying on a nice warm quilt on the bed. Now Lizzy...she took to living in the country like a duck to water!
For those of you who have been reading my blog for a while...you know about our two little cat chasing Shih Tzu's and our HUGE Akbash fun loving pup. Just the sight of Shep the Akbash should be enough to keep any cat inside the fence where it's safe...you'd think.
Not Little Lizzy.
She struts right out there into the middle of the pack of dogs and follows me where ever I go. The dogs have learned that you don't 'get in her face'. She'll stare them down and walk towards them...back arched walking sideways with that bristle-brush tail of hers.
No dog is going to get in HER way.
Notice the dogs nose? She doesn't have her claws out.
Yep...that's our Little Lizzy.
Tenacious with a capital 'T'