Did the owner forget to feed her at the right time? Is there a new animal in the house, like a big dog? Does she want to keep playing with the laser pointer? No, the reason behind this big meow is that the person who took this picture got up to go to the bathroom and had the temerity, the cheek, and the ABSOLUTE GALL not to wake the kitten up to tell her.
Could you even imagine doing such a thing? Not waking the kitten up to notify her? You know the rules. Now you’re going to have to fill out a missed kitten form.
A Voracious Reader
Watson, as this erudite beast is known, has gotten into what some might call a strange habit. Every time the owner opens a book to read (such as “City of Fallen Angels” by Cassandra Clare), Watson will charge over and sink his teeth into the pages. This makes reading difficult, as you might imagine.
We've all spent a weekend gobbling down a book every once in a while, but this takes that phrase to a new place. Maybe Watson is trying to tell you to switch to books with a little more meat on them. We bet he wouldn't try this with “War and Peace.”
If you have a big, long ride to take, it can be easy to get antsy. Even passengers who don't go running up and down the aisles will want to get up and stretch their legs – unless they're a pushy cat, of course.
Cats are well known for their ability to sit in a single place and not move for hours, which means that this cat is in the perfect spot. Having so many people, sounds, smells, and movement around it might not be the best option, but the harness it's wearing probably helps to keep it in place.
Just Where They Like to Spend Time
The bathroom has a special kind of allure. Kids and pets can agree – it's where all the fun happens. Toilet time, baths, lots of soft towels. Why these two pets seem to actually love being in the bathroom is a big question mark that we can't really answer, but there are a few options.
The one that springs to mind immediately is it's a hot day outside, and the bathroom – with all that tiling and porcelain – is nice and cool. Oh, maybe there was some cleaning going on, and they just wanted to be able to hang out. Could be either.
Always Space for a Friendly Face
Most days, the grind is the exact same thing. You get up, go to work, spend all your time there, and go home. Then there are chores to do around the house until you have a little bit of relaxation time to yourself.
But what if – now hear us out – you got to look at a dog during your commute? It might not be enough to change your entire day, but it might be able to give you a smile for a while. And a little smile might just have the opportunity to turn into a bigger one.