I had a boyfriend named Lance before I got a cat named Yogurt—but since Lance was stationed on the coast for the first 18-odd months of our relationship, that’s not exactly how the cat sees it. Lance’s first night in the apartment with Yogurt consisted of Lance being woken up every 15 minutes by a fuzzy creature poking his face and trying to move him out of his spot.
So now, whenever Lance and the dogs are out of the apartment, the cat goes a little nuts. I can’t tell if he misses them and is freaking out, or he’s so happy it’s back to how it used to be that he’s freaking out, or he’s just a cat that happens to be freaking out. Whichever way, Lance and the dogs were out of the apartment for part of the weekend and the cat was freaking out. During that time, I added a three-inch pillow-top mattress pad to our bed—side note, ohmygodddddd, it’s so nice that it just bought us like two to four more years of the mattress being comfortable—and any home decor or furniture changes make him a tad batty. He’s cuddlier… But he’s also going from napping to dead run across the apartment more often than usual. I’m not sure if it’s a good thing, but I like it.
To explain, as I write this, the cat is sitting on the bed, adorably curled around some paperwork and creepily watching our more skittish dog sleep; it’s hard to determine his motives.
I know, I know, doesn’t he look thrilled to be alive?
Here’s the point: If you like fashion and you like cats, this is the best stuff to wear, short of human-sized kitten mittens.
Does your cat want you to own this? Find the items here… Dress | Shoes | Umbrella | Sunglasses | Bracelet | Earrings | Tank | Scarf | Shorts | Sweatshirt | Shirt | Bag | Ring | Coat // Graphic: Cat Attack
Man, it’s good I already have a boyfriend. Who has two thumbs and is an obnoxious cat person?!