Good call on our new bed sheet, Human Mommy!
It serves as a great backdrop to all of our fur tones.
–Amber and Stella
It is cold, Human Mommy! Why are you unplugging my space heater?!
You’re leaving for work, you’ve set the thermostat to 68 degrees, and the space heater is a hazard unattended, you say.
It’s on you if you come home to a Catsicle.
The best bed is a matter of opinion.
Sometimes the king-size mattress feels right…
…but sometimes you fancy a cozier option…
…like a good, old-fashioned dresser drawer.
If you had been serious about straightening out the comforter, Human Mommy…
…you would have done so before our nap marathon commenced.
–Darth Vader and Finnegan
Peekaboo, annoyingly bright morning sun. I see you.
Now I don’t and that’s much better.
Of course I share my bed with the Millenial Kitten Princess. We Cat Queens are nothing if not magnanimous.
No the Princess may not have a pillow.
Magnamity has its limits.
If you are a Woofie, you may need to wait for the Humans to offer you a pillow.
If you’re a Cat, you simply take possession of what’s rightfully yours.
This sheet is still whitish, but I am definitely darkening it with my midnight fur.
Just a few more weeks and it will be perfect.
What’s that? My Humans will toss it in the wash before I achieve my aesthetic vision of a sheet that glistens like the Hope Diamond?
Pffft… If they haven’t done it yet, what makes you think they’ll do it soon?
Ever wake up only to feel that there is a large, uninvited presence behind you? You could be right or you could still be dreaming.
Either way, it’s probably best just to fall back asleep and hope that it doesn’t snore or slobber.
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.