The votes are in and now everyone can see who really created the mystery mischief! Most of you were totally off when it came to the kitchen cabinet. Binga got the most votes — 33% — but it was not her! I will give you one more hint before I reveal the culprit. Here is what is in the cabinet:
Only one creature here would be fluff-headed enough to open this cabinet over and over again, even though it contains nothing but stupid cooking utensils. One creature other than my human, that is.
Yep, it’s Boodie, and only seven of you thought it was her. A whole lot more of you guessed who stole the bag of cat treats though!
I actually thought that was almost too easy for you! If you look really close, you can see Binga’s arm is still freshly shaved from her dental procedure. The morning after she came home, she was already back in action!
Which brings me to my whole reason for today’s post. My roommates drive me up the wall lots — they do silly things, can be selfish and sometimes we get into slapfests. We don’t snuggle together like a lot of other multi-cat families do. But you know what? In its own odd way, our cohabitation works. It’s important to have help for big jobs, like inspecting my human’s suitcase when she comes home from a trip.
And when you are asking your human to share her food, it helps to have backup. Especially the sort of backup that will reach right out and grab for it!
A good wrassling match never hurts either!
Most of all, life would be pretty dull without these two! Here’s the truth: it is a myth that cats are solitary creatures. The majority of us do better in multi-cat households. This is especially important for humans who have that “work” thing during the day — it keeps us from getting bored and lonely, and it also keeps us out of trouble. You would think that two or more cats would cause more trouble — and I confess, sometimes that is true — but usually it is just the opposite because we keep each other busy. I am also a big fan of multi-cat families, especially when they are cats from kill shelters, because that means you are saving more lives. Plus, according to Pets Add Life, having pets is great for humans’ health, and the more, the merrier! Find out more at their website, or on PAL’s Facebook page.
Besides, laundry day is always better when it is shared!
Disclosure: This is post sponsored by Pets Add Life. As you know, I generally don’t do sponsored posts, but I thought their campaign to promote multi-pet households was so awesome, I agreed to do it. Nevertheless, all opinions are strictly my own.