Cats: The Good, The Bad, and The Downright AdorableLindsy
It’s no secret that cats own us way more than we own them. They don’t always respect your belongings, or space, or even you sometimes. They can be quirky, demanding, and sometimes, downright needy. Yet, despite all of that, they are terrific companions that bring so much love into our homes. Let’s take a moment to honor our furry roommates: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Cats sort of believe it’s all about them. For cats, all of what’s yours is theirs and all of what’s theirs is theirs. Meaning: they own it all, and the sooner you come to understand this, the better it will be for you (your cat will need no time to adjust to this dynamic). However, sometimes we live with someone who may have a harder time accepting his or her role. So young. So naïve.
Attempt to establish your personal space on the bed with our Cat Side Duvet Cover and Pillow Case.
People who identify as cat lovers tend to appreciate their, umm… selectiveness. They make you work for their attention. Once given, however, you’re theirs for life. Even when it’s not necessarily convenient…
Try giving your cat a spot more comfortable than the top of your head to relax on! Our Cat is Good™ Cat Mats offer a comfy and adorable spot for your pet to hang out, leaving you to smoothly navigate your daily routine!
Like any best friend, there’s a certain bond that is established when you figure out what their favorite things are: favorite napping spot, favorite treats, favorite toy… But what happens when YOUR things become your cat’s favorite things? Cats don’t always acknowledge the distinction between yours and theirs, as demonstrated by this demanding kitty who really, really wants his human’s water.
Protect your beverages with our Kit Tea Cat Mug. It’s cat-proof and keeps your drink free of furry souvenirs left by your curious companion.
In spite of (or maybe because of) their often strange personality quirks, we’d be lost without our cats.
We love them so much, in fact, that I’m pretty sure I can safely say I’m not the only one who has ever wished they could adopt ALL of the cats. I’m also aware of the complications that come with that, the least of which being the confirmation that I am a crazy cat lady. However, there’s something we can do to help shelter animals!