You never need to fear your feline friend's reaction to a bad hair day. He or she will always look at you with the exact same expression.
You will never have to worry about your alarm clock malfunctioning once you have a feline friend. He or she will always make sure that you are up several hours before the sun in order to prepare his or her breakfast.
Feline friends are great at storing their toys out of site, eliminating the need for toy boxes taking up space around the house. However, you may find that your refrigerator or stove seem a little elevated after a few months due to the accumulation of toys that have been shoved underneath them.
A feline friend will make sure you get some exercise everyday. For the cardio portion of your workout, she will flop down at your feet and pretend to want a belly rub. But the moment you bend down, your feline friend will move several feet away before flopping down again. Of course, you follow her to the new location only to have the same thing happen again. Before you know it, you will have finished several laps around the house.
And finally, if you are a work-a-holic who needs to learn to take a break now and then. A feline friend is the perfect companion for you. For example, cats have perfected a variety of ways to force a person to stop working on his or her computer. Gracie and Benjamin Bunny's methods include laying on top of the keyboard, sitting on top of my work papers, bumping my leg and mewing pitifully to invoke a guilt response so I stop and play with them, and of course jumping on my shoulders and incapacitating the top portion of my body.
Until next time, remember...
I love cats because I love my home and after a while they become its visible soul.
- Jean Cocteau