Chase that string you’re dangling … and then sit back and see how long it takes you to figure out that they stopped going after it.
Escape to the great outdoors whenever possible and play cougar.
Knock knickknacks off shelves and pretend somebody else did it.
Make off with bookmarks, watches or anything that they can carry in their mouth.
Flirt and head-bump with any creature, 2- or 4-legged, of the opposite sex.
Watch while you move something breakable out of the reach … and end up breaking it yourself.
Rub up against a guest and act as though they are a large catnip mouse.
Chew/claw papers, leaving large sections unreadable. (Why those sections? you wonder.)
Acting as though the new kitten/puppy has never happened — that the status is still quo.
Hunt chipmunks in the backyard/catio/enclosure.
Pukes on whatever clothes you were just about to on. Actually, sometimes you’re in them.
Has hideaways and stashes you’ll never find. (Remember Question #1: missing bookmarks, watches, etc.?)
Jumps on your head or back without warning. You suspect they're pretending that they're on safari and that you are prey.
Gets lovey-dovey and does sandpapery kisses on your face when you’re trying to sleep.
Gets mad at you for moving furniture around. Where’s your sense of history, human?
Skips the toys and leaves the dead mice in your slippers.
Frequently tries to wrestle your dog to the ground.
Manages to shut your computer down every time they land on it. Tell me that’s not a form of surveillance.
Dramatizes every time you accidentally stepped on their tail/paws for the other cats’ benefit.
Brings you presents of dead mice and toys.
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