Cohabiting with another species can make communication hard, but your cat has so much to tell you if you just know how to listen. This is a holiday to remind you to listen to what your cat is trying to ask you for. If you pay attention, you can pick up on what they need and answer them! This way both you and your cat will be happier!
It’s obvious this holiday was created by a cat lover. All cat owners know how mischievous their furry friends can be. Some of their questions may look like this:
Why won’t you wake up, it’s 4 am?
Why do I have to poop in a sand box?
Why do you like baths?
Why do you take so many baths?
Why can’t I be on the counter when you’re home but I can when you’re away?
Why can’t I eat your plants?
Why don’t you like when I sleep on your face?
Why are you petting me?
Why did you stop petting me?
How can you sleep through the night without waking up and knocking things over?
When does my food come out and how can I get more?
It’s normal to assume your cat is curious about your life, so this holiday is dedicated to giving your pet the attention they deserve. Answer their questions out loud, who cares! Show your cat around your house and explain every item as if they’re a new employee you’re training for a job. Their attention span might waiver, but be resilient, Answer Your Cats Questions Day is relying on you.
Here are some answers to correspond to the above questions:
I’m not nocturnal
Because you won’t pick it up off the floor
My tongue isn’t as efficient as yours, so I clean in other ways
I’m trying to destress from my interrupted night’s sleep
You’re on the counter when I’m away?
They’re too expensive of chew toys
I love to cuddle, but you’re a little heavy
You jumped on my lap…
You hissed at my hand…
The urge is strong, but I work hard to resist it
Everyday, twice a day, at the same time. Any more food, and you sleeping on my face, might lead to my death