Seriously, Humans, you’re holding up your cellphones and making kissy-kissy noises at me to get me to pose.
Don’t you see that I’m busy procuring breakfast…er…birdwatching?
Powerful conversations don’t necessarily involve words.
Feel the roar through your whiskers.
“Get down, Puppies!” Human Mommy says as she rushes to get ready for work.
Puppies? What Puppies?
Only us King-sized Pillows here, Human Mommy.
Please leave the bedroom door open on your way out in case we Pillows fancy a snack or need to go potty.
–Cosmo and Stella
Human Daddy is busy installing new, higher shelves for us.
He’s the best Daddy ever, paws down.
Happy Monday, Humans! Don’t feel too bad about abandoning us to go to the mysterious place you call work.
Our bed is a lot more comfortable without you taking up so much space.
–Finnegan, Quicksilver, Luna and Darth Vader
Sometimes you need to be firm with your Humans. For example, your Human Mommy may tell you that she wants to roll onto her side for her afternoon nap.
Tell her no. Remind her that you are comfortably installed on her chest and that it is her duty, her honor, to continue to stroke your head and muzzle until you you tire of her ministrations.
Under no circumstances is she to alter her position and thereby inconvenience you, the Cat.
You know what’s unfair?
Being left in the house while Human Daddy takes your boyfriend for a brisk walk, that’s what!
I can do “brisk,” too. I know I can. I’ve got some hugely expensive titanium pins in my leg.
I’m practically a bionic Puppy.
It’s not ideal, but once you’ve hit the Friday night ‘Nip a little (a lot) too hard, anywhere at all will do for a catnap.
Balance is always important but never more so than when you are traversing a high, narrow, uneven fence line.
Sometimes you Humans wonder what we Cats do while you are out.
I can’t answer for all Felines, but I personally enjoy a spot of aggressive online day trading.