like, if all three of them banded together to concoct a scheme to get out and make a break for the great outdoors?
I probably would spend time looking for them. They are indoor cats and in spite of how they act when there are birds or squirrels in the front yard, two of them are terrified of the outside. One is brave and likes to explore and has made a dash for the door a few times, but he’s been caught each time. He’s on the small side so I think he would have it rough if he got out and ran away.
If I woke up tomorrow and was sans cats, my reasons for not adopting a dog would be the same so I probably wouldn’t get one.
Why do you ask? Do you want my cats to run away? Are you trying to get me to adopt a dog (cause Prime is totally in the market for a puppy so you should go talk to him if you are)?
Why did I get 3 nice sweet cats instead of a nice sweet dog?
For the following reasons:
- Cats don’t need to be walked outside on a schedule
- They can handle longer periods of me ignoring them while I work
- If Prime and I want to go out for the day (or for a long weekend), I don’t have to get someone to come over and feed/walk them - I can just leave out extra food and everything is good.
And that’s really it. If I lived someplace with a fenced in backyard, a nice sweet dog would have been more of an option.
Maybe in the future….
What kind of horrible person gives their children soybeans and frozen peas as a snack?
I’m sitting in a Cracker Barrel showing people pictures of my cats.
My life is complete.
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