I have a cat. Now I know a lot of people have cats, and I am sure your cat is entertaining, as most of them are.
But I just want to show you a few things. A few pictures of how Boomer starts his morning.
Somehow I just don’t think it is how the average cat starts their morning.
From this picture it appears that Boomer is a late riser … given he is still in our king-size sleigh bed under 600 thread count sheets and an electric blanket (set to level 3) at 10:00am PST.
But a late riser he is not.
This is his mid-morning nap.
He first wakes up at 5:50. Not 6:00 not 6:50 not 7:00 but 5:50AM. His official breakfast hour.
After breakfast he comes back to bed where he proceeds to sleep in until he feels like getting up.
We wake up groggy and tired.
I know you’re thinking … he’s a cat. Kick him out. But seriously now, look at that face. He’s 15. Could you really kick him out?
Honestly, sometimes I do but then my husband makes me feel like a bad mother. He is attached to Boomer. I think he married me to be closer to Boomer.
There are days I really wonder.
I need to have some kids, and quick …
Once the light is on, he proceeds to stay there and stare at me as if I am interrupting something.
Then he stares at me like this …
Eventually he gets up.
And after a long stretch and an attempt at asking for an early lunch, he settles for checking his email …
Honestly, he barely lets me make the bed.
I have to stop using the auto focus on my camera. But I am scared there could be disaster.
Do you have a strange cat? I would love to know.