Your laptop bag?
You don’t mean my cushion, do you, Human Mommy?
No, I won’t give it back.
Speaking of laptops, can you cool it with the typing?
The clickity-clackety sound of the keys is disrupting my nap.
I don’t like you, we have nothing in common, we look not at all alike…
Still… You were curled up on the bed when I arrived for my requisite daily 18-hour snooze.
It just seemed easier to cohabitate than to hiss you out of my space.
–Orzo, Guest Contributor
Dishtowels you say, Human Mommy?
Cat sheets, I say.
I’m right. You’re wrong.
Now go away.
It’s high time for my late afternoon nap.
Peekaboo, annoyingly bright morning sun. I see you.
Now I don’t and that’s much better.
My Cat Tree is great for cardio, for strength work, for claw-sharpening and for naps.
Maybe if your exercise equipment included napping options, you Humans would be more likely to use it.
What do you mean this basket of clean laundry is not a bed, Human Mommy?
It is quite lovely for a lie-down.
What’s that, Human Mommy, you want to know where the lint roller is?
How should I know?
Choose your bachelor pad wisely. If you like a bit of action, don’t move too far out to the country–youthful Kittens will keep you young.
On the other paw, be sure that your pad is protected from the hurly-burly of the youngsters’ catnip-fueled disputes. Kittens may do fine with a mere 18 hours of sleep daily, but you require a minimum of 20 hours.
Most importantly, make sure that your pad is in close proximity to the best place in the house, i.e. the kitchen.
Loosened up by the Chardonnay, is your Friday night date going on and on and on and on about her stressful work week?
Has the inattentive waiter failed to bring your tunatini?
Don’t feel bad about yawning and then conking out.
Work makes for boring conversations.
Running with scissors is never safe.
Catnapping on top of scissors is totally fine.