The Baby Woofie is in my space again, Humans.
I’m awfully lonely over here on the sofa.
Ah, that’s better, Human Daddy!
Now it’s starting to feel a bit crowded.
Who invited Amber?
Fine, I guess I can share but only with Human Daddy.
He bought my chair after all.
Sushi for dinner, Humans?
Now where are my chopsticks?
Sometimes you have to swallow your pride and ask for help.
Help, Human Mommy! The Millenial Meowie is swallowing my dinner!
What’s that? No, I can’t politely ask her to move.
The Millenial Meowie has murder mittens!
(Thanks to Samantha Murdoch for this wonderful description of Meowie paws. Check out samanthamurdochblog.)
It doesn’t hurt to let your Humans on your bed once in awhile as their legs make for excellent pillows. Just don’t let them become territorial.
It’s your bed not theirs.
Humans are bad at counting. For example, there are three of us here, but only two bones.
Oh well… I suppose the Woofies will have to share the smaller bone.
Cats do not like sharing. If you give us a single pile of treats, we will stare at it, at you and at each other until one Cat relinquishes control or you apportion the treats correctly, as you should have done in the beginning.
–Quicksilver and Darth Vader
Hospitality may oblige you to share your couch with your puppy brother’s puppy guest. Just because you have to do it doesn’t mean you have to like it.
When sharing a bed, it is important to stay on your own side.
–Darth Vader and Cosmo