Henryk being part of our family wasn't actually our idea. One day his mother, a wild cat, walked to our garden with a small ball of fur, which appeared to be Henryk. He was so small that at first we didn't know what we are supposed to give him to eat. At first, they both were spending time at the very end of our garden but from day to day he became more courageous and eventually allowed us to pet him. His mother visits us from time to time, but Henryk stayed with us permanently.
Sadly he was suffering from an illness. We gave him some medicine and slowly he recovered and at the same time get used to us more and more.
Now, after a few months, he is always with us, he has his own chair and sleeping pillows. He loves to be carried on our hands and to be petted. When someone stops petting him and he thinks that this was definitely not enough, he puts his head under our hands, forcing us to pet him more and more. Otherwise he meows sadly. And when we are giving him food he tries to jump on the table, he stands on his hind legs and generally makes a lot of noise until he gets his bowl!
He also likes laying in an old basket and playing with his toys - he can stand on his hind legs and grab his ball using his front paws, which is totally cute.