What Does Loyal Mean to You?

Loyal

[loiuh l]

adjective
1. faithful to one’s sovereign, government, or state: a loyal subject.

2. faithful to one’s oath, commitments, or obligations: to be loyal to a vow.

3. faithful to any leader, party, or cause, or to any person or thing conceived as deserving fidelity: a loyal friend.
4. characterized by or showing faithfulness to commitments, vows, allegiance, obligations, etc.: loyal conduct.

There’s some official definitions for you. But as we all know, words can take on different meanings for different people depending on the situation.

 

To me, loyal means:

Kitty cats.

They won’t ever talk crap about you behind your back – they do it to your face. Loudly.

They’re always willing to cuddle when the rare time comes around that you don’t want to cuddle.

They never let you forget that they’re around to hear all about your day – after they get food, of course.

Their purrs will lower your blood pressure – after they’ve raised it by breaking the blinds that you forgot to open for them.

So, maybe I was wrong. Cats aren’t loyal – they’re selfish. Damn.

What does loyal mean to you?

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