Kids (Cats) do the Darndest Things

As I mentioned here 2014 will be the year of bloggers, for bloggers. Influenced by this, and dedicated to Jen at, please enjoy the following. 

So, Jen is my most favorite person on the internets. I know I’ve probably said that about some people before, but I really mean it this time (and all the other times too.) She tried out my Turkey Dinner Hot Pocket idea. We’ve been best buds for some time now, having received a hug by grace through a different Jen. She’s also the mother of twins, which speaks for itself.

Birthday Popsicles! (Credit: Roller Giraffe)
Birthday Popsicles! (Credit: Roller Giraffe)

Anyways, Back to the Darndest Things

I don’t have kids, but I do have a cat. I know these aren’t really comparative, especially when it comes to twins, but I think I can relate at least a little bit. Before I go any further I want to tell you that I DO NOT leave my clothes lying around my apartment. Okay, exhibit #1…

My apartment in Missouri
My apartment in Missouri

She likes socks. Like, really likes socks. Dirty Socks. She takes them out of the hamper or clothes basket and drags them into all places of the apartment and plays with them. I thought I was getting better at keeping them to where she wouldn’t do this anymore, but this happened. Exhibit #2…

New Apartment in Texas.
New Apartment in Texas.

This is the living room, and those are dirty socks on the floor, not put there by me.

What crazy stuff do your cats do?

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12 thoughts on “Kids (Cats) do the Darndest Things

  1. I had a cat that would collect Straws, we had just about every kind of straw you can think of. One day I hear this plastic dragging across concrete sound and look over and my cat had the straw with the lid still attached. He would bring me straws every day, until he became smarter and faster and started bringing me live animals. Like birds, mice, and anything else he could catch.

  2. That is precious, haha. 🙂 Mine likes to play with hair ties and balled up pieces of paper. I find hair ties all over the house.

  3. BroJo! I was just coming on to wordpress to blog for the first time in ages, and there was notifications from you. That pleases me a great deal. The internet needs more kind souls such as yourself.

    I have never owned a cat, but I did have a dog that had to carry around something that smelled like me all the time; he was constantly in my dirty laundry basket and more than once I was chasing him out into the yard with a dirty sock waving from his mouth. Weirdo.

  4. I had a cat that used to sleep on top of the refrigerator. She was a loveable little furball. I guess she liked the vibration of it or something. If ever we didn’t know where she was – sure enough that’s where we’d find her.

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