Living life with frisky felines is simultaneously a one-of-a-kind experience and the sort of thing that will present a multitude of "relatable" scenarios that only other "crazy cat people" would or could "get."
We get it! We may not fully understand the mysteries of cats but we do understand the humor and delight entangled in said mysteries.
We don't know why the cat cries when the food bowl isn't the proper amount of full but we all understand the humor in a cat's behavior when the food bull isn't the proper amount of full.
Cats are the gift to humanity that continues to keep giving: delight in every day, humor in every hour, insanity in every lifetime.
This is innovative but also, maybe listen to your cat when they don't want to be pet.
Toilet paper is a great toy, otherwise toy wouldn't be in the name. You can disguise the y as an i but you cannot fool a cat.
On the floor, peasant.
Also, holy smokes, what a smart kitty!
Being a furry alarm clock is an art form only the best have mastered.
A truly helpful puss-puss.
Will sometimes, if not frequently, eat everything except for their food.
A promise. Of vengeance.
Cats be like: F A T H E R HAS THE CHEESE
Carry on, mind your business.
I feel like they would swear a little, don't you?
Except my cat fancies tortilla chips.
That is, of course, in any way other than investigating.
I think so.
The irony is not lost on her, but she is definitely going to pee in your shoe later or barf on your bedspread.
Cats are so mysterious.
A hero among men.
You are simply not allowed to recycle the cardboard boxes until the cats are done with them.
You need explicit permission, erm, purr-mission, before sitting in a spot that MIGHT potentially belong to the cat. (Pro-Tip: they all belong to the cat.)
She got herself good.
You can't expect her to put her precious butt on dirty laundry.
SURE, HELP YOURSELF.
You cannot change my mind.
He is literally singing you the song of his people.
He knows what he wants, you can't hold that against him.
Purrsonally, I don't find many things more hysterical than a cat throwing a tantrum after humans take measures to prevent naughty-ness.
Sigmund knows exactly what he is doing.