I live in Michigan, and we have had the worst winter in years. I have two cats. Ozzie loves to go outside, but not if the weather is not nice. We are all patiently awaiting spring, but not like Ozzie. He stares out the window, trying to supervise the birds, longing to run and explore, and eat his favorite delicacy - grass. I keep telling him, "It won't be long now. The weather will soon be nice." The next day, it snows. He's beginning to not trust me any more. Let's all hope (especially for Ozzie's sake), that spring is just around the corner.
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