Ok, so I'm a cat. And cats are supposed to be really good at napping by default, so it really isn't a big news that napping in one of my favorite hobbies. But attracting human attention while napping is a special kind of art. An art that I've been practicing really hard lately.
Exhibit A: Looking cute while napping in my cat carrier;
Humans love it when they find you napping in unexpected places
Now, we all know that cats are naturally good at looking super cute when napping regardless of where or how they choose to nap. But here's something you might not know: making cute noises while napping will make you absolutely unresistable for humans. Let me show you how it's done:
Today my humans suddenly got this really big box by mail. A box so big you could fit three adult Maine Coons in it! And guess what came in the box? A brand new cat tree! Just for me!
I cannot describe how excited I am about this new arrival. There's so much to do on the new tree: I can jump on it from different angles, use it as a scratching post, play with balls... oh my, it really is awesome! And a really good replacement for my old, small scratching post.
So, without further ado, let me share with you a short video of my first test ride of the tree, still fresh out of the box. My humans say we'll have to move the tree from the middle of our living room, although I honestly think it's fine where it is. Lots of room around, and I can monitor different parts of our home from the top platform.
Sometimes I really don't understand my humans and their weird sense of humor. For instance, they seem to find my latest favorite lying pose pictured below funny, and I don't really see why.
So I ask you, dear anipals, what's so funny about a cat stretching his paws? All I know is that this pose is extremely comfortable, and I do wish my humans would stop acting all silly every time I do it.
As you probably already know, I'm a proud member of the Naughty Kitty Club. And to keep my membership active, I feel like I have to do the occasional lil' naughty thing.
Like, for instance, stealing fridge magnets. Now, this isn't always as easy as it might sound, as humans tend to put their magnets high up on the fridge. And when they do that, it's not easy for a cat to reach them. But fear not, my friends, Epic shows you how you can steal some fridge magnets today just by using a nearby chair that humans left unattended. Watch and learn!
P.S.: Don't tell your humans you learned this trick from me.
Greetings, dear friends! Yes, yes, I'm still here, no need to worry. My humans have been really busy lately, and I just couldn't get my paws on a computer. You see, my humans close the door of the room with all the computers when they go out and during the night, so I can't even blog or tweet when I'm alone. They say that's for my own good, as I'd probably harm myself while chewing on cables, which is complete nonsense. Who has ever heard of a cat attracted to string-like thi-... oh wait, hm, never mind.
At least they let me nap on the computer desk...
Anyhow, my point is that I really deserve my own computer. Preferably one with lots of wires (I don't understand why are humans so crazy about wireless gadgets...) and one that doesn't come with software with cat-like typing detection. As you can see in the photo below, I already have some experience with fixing computers, so I see no reason why I shouldn't get a computer that will be all mine.
But alas! my humans say I'm too young to have my own computer, so they just promised to let me blog and tweet more often instead. And they also helped me set up my own Facebook page to make up for the lack of posts on my blog, so I guess I'll forgive them this time.