Monday, February 22, 2016

Like Asshat, but a cat. Ass-cat.

Boyfriend came over Saturday, even though he was still recovering from some kind of illness.
It was VERY serious.

Anyway, then this happened during the night.





Yes, my vigilante cat of justice chose saturday night to wage war against weird shadow monster, using her classic "smash and run" move.


And he did. To my credit, I believe I whimpered "don't..." as he climbed out of bed. 




So yes, I let my poor meowing kitty back in the bedroom to continue to throw herself at the wall in excitement or anger or fear or maybe political protest. I'm really not sure. 


Hence the title of today's post. Thanks for a night of crappy sleep, ass-cat. 

7 comments:

  1. Ass-Cat is my new Roller Derby name. Can you be mad at a cat for being a cat? What if you got kitty all high on catnip before bed? I don't know how cats work.

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  2. As a continuing thought to Pickleope's "I don't know how cats work"....No one on earth knows how cats work. My cat does bizarre crap all the time. Every once in awhile, I wake up with her sitting on my chest staring at me. She often meows in the middle of the night for no apparent reason. It appears that she just wants hubby and I to pet her 24 hours a day and we are lying down on the job.

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  3. In all fairness, kitty IS nocturnal. Have you considered also becoming nocturnal to cater to her needs?

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  4. This sounds about right. My two like to race each other in the middle of the night, and apparently... my bed is right in the middle of the racetrack. If I close off the bedroom, they just sit outside the door and cry. Sigh. Cats.

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  5. It's amazing how loud cats can be, considering that they're relatively small creatures.

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  6. Was it windy? I hear cats act strange when it's windy.

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  7. Was it windy? I hear cats act strange when it's windy.

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