Cats. We’ve all encountered them, heck, some of us even share our lives with these little furry hatred-filled beasts.
After so many years of experiencing the world that is living with cats, today I’m going to be taking you guys through the pain that is having a cat.
It will get everywhere. If, like me, you wear a variety of colours, no cat is suitable, because their fur will cover everything. And it doesn’t just stop at your clothes, it will cover your furniture, your floors, and somehow, against all laws of physics, be constantly airborne.
Do you have skin? Well too bad cuz cats just don’t understand that. If you’ve got an tiny area of exposed skin, you best believe your cat is going to slice it, beautifully. From a cold and collected swipe, to a highly unpredictable rabbit-like attack when you’ve leant in for a kiss. No one is safe.
These really no longer exist.Whether you’re in the bathroom, or you’ve just gotten up from your chair, nothing is sacred. Your chair? I think you’ll find it’s the cats chair now.
Automatically programmed to be of the same frequency and pitch of a child’s cry, we naturally respond to the sound of a cat crying. However, through no amount of pleading or bargaining will the cat just tell you what it wants. Usually a half dead mouse, we don’t understand it, and neither does medical science.
That pretty much covers why cats are terrible, so I hope you guys enjoyed this post!
If you hadn’t already figured it out, I am of course kidding throughout this entire post. I love my babes, and I love having them in my life. Let me know in the comments if you’ve got any pets, I love to hear about them! (Also I love to see them so please tag me @corinnebygrave in any pictures you might have!)