Our cats do bad things.
We love our cats.
Does that make any sense?
So the cats scratch the furniture. Can we motivate them to scratch somewhere else using treats, sprays, scratching posts? Hell no. They aren’t motivated by food. They aren’t motivated by attention. They are motivated by getting me to stop yelling at them. So I yell.
My cats fight with each other. They run through the house growling and jumping on each other spitting and hissing. I yell again, they keep fighting, I yell again, the dog walks into the other room, they keep fighting. I yell “HEY CUT IT OUT”. That works. It works with my children too.
My cats barf. I believe they do this because they enjoy it. We’ve done everything the pet books say. But honestly it isn’t a medical problem. It isn’t a food problem. They like to barf. Only on carpet. Only where we walk. Only where we sleep. NEVER on the tile.
I love my cats.
I don’t know why. Actually I do know why. They’re cute and soft and they talk to me in their cute little kitty voices. They purrrrrrrrr. And sometimes they even act like they love me too.
Short Story Sunday will be back in a few weeks (yes, technically I’m posting this on Saturday but somewhere in the world it is Sunday). I’ll be hit and miss for a bit but if you absolutely MUST get your Vampire fix TODAY click on the links below.
- Lost Keys and Lies
- When You Grow Old
- A Man Should Have What He Wants
- Art Love and The Romantic Soul
- A Normal Vampire Teen
- The Travelers
- Real Men
- Ideas with Old Vampires
- Innocenzio D’Antonio
- Meanwhile lurking under my house…
- You transfix me quite – Jane Eyre and Vampires
- Never Shout Never – Absolutely Never
And you want more just scroll through my past posts – there are exactly 500 tall tales, parenting tips and musings to choose from.
~ Juliette aka Vampire Maman