A great debate is a perfect combination of theatrics, idealism, pragmatism, and claws, sheathed or drawn, depending on the point in the election cycle.
–Lily, Finnegan and Amber, the moderator
Do your parents not understand your style? For example, are they constantly telling you to fix your ears because they’re inside-out?
Don’t pay them any mind. They mean well, but they’re too old to know that it’s trendy to expose the pink insides of your floppy ears to match your pretty pink collar.
Sometimes it can be hard to tell if a Cat is in line for the kibble or not, particularly if she’s a Millennial Kitty, facing the wrong way, stretched out nonchalantly as if she’s not even hungry, caught up in texting or pokemoning or whatever else she’s doing with her snowy white paw.
Cut in front. Age before beauty.
Humans tend to be pretty predictable, doing the same things over and over again, day in and day out.
Sometimes, though, Human Mommy will do something new, something you’ve never ever seen her do before in the 10 months you’ve been living with her.
When this happens, it’s okay to stare. Try to figure what she’s doing, why she’s doing it and, most importantly, if it can benefit you like her cooking does.
–Cosmo and Stella