Despite liking warm laps and napping all day, cats plays a vital role in the Earth’s eco-system by keeping the vermin population in check.
Most cats love Christmas. There’s ribbon to chase, wrapping paper to shred and all those boxes to hide in. And then there’s the tree. With tinsel to bat, ornaments to swat and branches to climb, the Christmas tree just might be a cat’s favorite part of the holidays.
25 cats in, on and under Christmas trees
I hear the house settle, and I hear creaking in the kitchen or behind the bookcases and couch, and I think it’s my cats every single time.
It’s a true bonding experience when you and your sister cry over your dying cat’s twitching body.
The way we got Skippy.
My mom saw him on the porch when I was, like, 2, and then he kept coming back to the porch so we ended up keeping him.
This kitten even looks like him.
All I want to do is yell at my mom and tell her to shut up because she keeps bringing up Goblin, and it’s almost as if she wants to see me cry, and now there’s only one bowl for cat food instead of two, and I almost broke down when I fed Skippy.
I’m just thinking about telling my friends about Goblin. I can’t even form the words in my mind. How am I supposed to say it?
Even in my head, all I can think of saying is, “Goblin. He’s…” That’s as far as I get.