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Saturday, November 16, 2019

Kitchen countertops - cats versus humans.

Humans try to impose a rule that cats should not walk upon kitchen countertops. 
The feline rule is that we are entitled to do just that whenever we want. 
With proper purrsistence we can change this absurd human rule this way.
  • Cats are not allowed on kitchen counters. Ever.
  • Cats are allowed on kitchen counters - occasionally if they are being extra cute.
  • Cats are allowed on kitchen counters - if there are no human outsiders to see what is happening.
  • Cats are allowed on kitchen counters - as long as they don't steal food.
  • Cats are allowed on kitchen counters - as long as they only eat crumbs that have fallen there.
  • Cats are allowed on kitchen counters. Any time they choose.



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6 comments:

  1. Those sound like fair rules to me. Funny though, none of us here have been on the kitchen counters...hmmmmm!

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  2. I agree with those rules.

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  3. Silly humans! They forgot that CATS RULE the world! We can do whatever we want and feel like doing!
    Purrs
    Chico

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  4. CAT VictoriaNovember 17, 2019

    Only a human could come up with such stupid rules! First of all....cats do not obey somebody else's rules! Second of all....counter tops are high priority for us! Humans...get off our pathways :-)
    Hi 5 & meows
    CAT Victoria

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  6. We like the kitchen counter rules to allow you kitties access to the counter tops when you want too. The humans just have too many rules for you. Thanks for the share. Have a great day.
    World of Animals

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