Yet again you have failed to make our bed, Human Mommy.
That will be 5 demerits.
–Lily, Luna, Amber and Quicksilver
Are you planning on washing these dishes, Humans?
Never mind, I’ll just lick off the good stuff and maybe, accidentally, break the Ginger Cat Mug.
The Ginger had it coming.
He’s looking at me funny.
Muddy Woofie paws make for a big mess.
Are you planning on mopping the kitchen floor, Human Mommy?
No? Not until the rain has ended, you say?
Why am I not surprised?
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
Hate to break it to you Humans, but your dishwasher is basic, low-end, cheapo.
To get the dishes really clean, allow your Cats to lick up the delectable bits from pots and plates and cutlery.
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
Cats, help your Humans out with the housework by cleaning delicious scraps off of the stove top.
Unloading the dishwasher is all well and good but wouldn’t it be more productive to crack open a can or two or three of tuna for your beloved panther?
If your humans are not receptive to your paws-on assistance with housework, the least you can do is supervise them from high up.