I adopted a beautiful cat named “Bop” last week. He is affectionate and playful and I just adore him! However, I have come to realise that he has some issues regarding his toilet skills – in that, he has none.
Now, I can’t prove it, but I’m almost positive this is what must have happened this morning.
I have noticed a marked difference to how certain things are received by my pets – bacon, for instance, is always appreciated at any time of the day or night, cat and dog alike.
Water, however, is a completely different matter.
We have a lot of birds where I live. Most of them make beautiful sounds…all except one. The Sulphur-crested Cockatoo.
This is what the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo looks like.
Beautiful, isn’t it? (Image source: Wikipedia)
This is what the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo sounds like it looks like.
I am used to being challenged during yoga, as you can see here, but recently I was tested on a whole new level.
We have had a new addition to our household which means I now have twice as many cats “assisting” me with my plank position.
And when my core wasn’t getting an intensive workout there was the toe-licking.
But it was impossible to be annoyed at what happened next…
I swear, the second I put ham on the chopping board my pets turn into The Hoverpets – they’re worse than flies!
So, this is how I see my pets…
…and I’m pretty sure this is how they see me.
I have a little Jack Russell and two adorable (but slightly annoying) cats. I have to vacuum the house a lot because of the animal hair (if I don’t, within a week it looks like we have shag carpet).
No matter how many times I vacuum, my animals react in the same exact way every single time. With total, unadulterated terror. So, I drew up a sketch based on how I think my pets see me when I vacuum.