You Can Guarantee Your Bed Is Its Bed [infographic]

July 10, 2013 |  by  |  Animals, Entertainment, Funny
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For many, cats are the ideal pet. They can take themselves to the bathroom. There is no hassle like when you have to take a dog outside. Cats are small enough to exercise indoors. They clean themselves frequently and don’t usually have bad breath. They do not usually beg for food. They are all around fun animals but one thing is certain when it comes to cats… You can guarantee your bed is its bed.

The cat will dominate your sleeping area and use it as its own personal mansion. One can wake up with a face full of fur as the cat is sleeping on the owners face. One can wake to a start when the cat decides that your feet become its play-toys. While you are away or maybe just in the next room you can find that cat sleeping at the foot of the bed and wonder, “why don’t you sleep there every night?” As you try to sleep or just hang out in your room, the cat will periodically get up and stretch in a particular spot. For mine, it will be right by my pillows, which he knows I don’t like, so he can sleep on them like he’s that prissy cat from Tom & Jerry. Also, there is always a designated launchpad that your cat will use to make its great jumps to every piece of furniture it can by way of your mattress.

The territorial outline on the bed featured in this infograph may not be the same on all cat owners beds. Whether you have a cat or had a cat, one can attest to the fact that a cat will do exactly what it chooses regardless of what you like.

I think people could stand to learn a lot from a cat. [Via]

 

 

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  • joejoe

    Cats walk in their own toilets. They carry a *human* brain parasite called
    toxoplasmosis, that affects human brain activity. People who let
    cats on their kitchen counters, or dining room table, or esp. their beds,
    are nuts. Maybe literally nuts.

    • WhileSuppliesLast

      Just trying to keep up with you.

  • http://www.migrationexpert.com.au/ Rachel

    Though I don’t really allow my cats to sleep in my bed, they would still do it.. whenever I’m not around. So I’ll just find them already attached to the foot-side of my bed, and almost impossible for me to remove them on their position. Cats are territorial,. mine are males, so they basically had sprayed every corner of our house. But as long as they don’t spray on my legs or foot, it’s fine with me. hihi

  • http://www.cheese.com/ John Goatbirth

    I’m still not 100% on this “indoor cat” thing. Morally it’s just a bit… weird.

  • Steve Allen

    OK I have 2 cats they sleep next to me in my bed. I don’t have any issues they purr me to sleep most nights and I would not have it any other way. As for the indoor thing cats indoors live 2 times as long as outdoor cats or cats allowed in and outside. No other critters no antifreeze no people who mean them harm no 100 degree days outside without water mine are healthy get food and clean water in a nice cool Environment. Would you let your toddler out of the house just because it could get around by itself.