On the bright side…

Marla, the nasty culprit.

People say they don’t like cats because they’re too detached and independent. Ha!

Last night as Mike was packing for a trip, Marla peed all over the bed and the clothes that were on top of it. Then she looked up at him with her baby-doll eyes, and gave him a look that could only mean, “don’t leave me. I need you.”

Now I know I didn’t turn any cat haters into cat lovers with this story, but at least I proved that cats can be just as needy as dogs.

Reilly’s not as innocent as he looks.

Our cats have broken nearly all of our glasses, caused us to throw out multiple blankets, and have scratched us countless times. But I wouldn’t trade them for the world. No amount of stinky urine will ever negate how much joy they bring me. Flaws and all, I love them unconditionally.

p.s. Natures Miracle Stain and Odor Remover is the best product I’ve found to get rid of stains and odor (and believe me I’ve tried them all!). It completely gets rid of the smell of cat pee … or maybe I still smell like a crazy cat lady and I’m just delusional. I don’t know. Maybe the ammonia’s getting to my brain. Ahhhh.

5 comments

  1. Don’t you just wish you could pee on his clothers and tell him not to go! Cats are needy. But the difference between cats and dogs is that when you’re needy, dogs will respond. Cats will only respond when they’re needy. Usually. And we’ve had exceptions. And, ahem, exceptions don’t disprove the rule….

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