I haven't written much. As usual, I've found myself starting some posts and ...possibly never finishing them. They have entered the purgatory of blog posts. Unfinished drafts. But anyway! This one is finished!! (Shoddily written.)
Today's post will be dedicated to my cats, Smoochie and Moo. They are quite silly as far as cats go.
Now as pet owner, you may have realized that your pets like to join you in the bathroom. After all, its the best time for them to get your undivided attention! My cats take it one step further...
First up is Moo. Now, whenever I'm in the bathroom, I tend to close the door, but never all the way. Why? Because this way my cats can just barge in whenever they please. Smoochie will generally just headbutt his way into the bathroom.
In Moo's case, she's very discrete. She will extend her paw out and shake it furiously. Once this easily-understandable action of saying Hello! is complete, she will then nudge her nose thru the crack and slowly peek in. If I am still going about my business in the bathroom and don't look like I am close to being finished, she will then hop into the room quickly and proceed to go to the water bowl, demanding for fresh water. Of which I oblige her with in the morning.
And then there's good ol' Smoochie. Now, he does enjoy going to the bathroom and making quite a mess of the kitty litter. No, he doesn't kick it all over the place. He stands inside the litterbox and swats around the litter that's on the floor in front of it. My sister says it's because she's OCD with cleaning the floor around the box that he's mimicking her actions. MAYBE. Except he's not helping clean, but making more of a mess!
As long as if he's happy right? Well, the other day I caught him prancing out of the litter box (yes, he prances out), proceeding to walk out the door as usual. But instead of walking out of the door, he instead walked to my towel that was hanging and WIPED HIS PAW ON IT. -.- What? Yeah, you heard me right. He wanted to clean his dirty paw on my towel! When I exclaimed out loud, he looked at me as if to say "What, you wipe your hands after touching my litter. Why can't I?" ...How do I argue this?
At least I wash my hands first!
Note to near-future self: Record this and upload to Youtube.
Note to future self: Step 3. ???? Step 4. Profit!