Thursday, October 20, 2011

Curb your enthusiasm

It's getting chilly around here at night, so I've been letting my cat, Pipsqueak, stay inside. Plus, I made the executive decision to stop leaving food out for him, because I'm tired of feeding all the other neighborhood cats. Not to mention all the vermin-infested, potentially disease-laden critters who have also been partaking. Thus, if Pipsqueak wants to eat, he has to come inside.

So Pipsqueak has been spending more time indoors. It's great! He and my dogs cuddle and play, and he's an all-around super affectionate kitty.

Only problem is: he purrs. Like a fucking Evinrude on steroids.

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Toss in a few mews and squeaks and you have a recipe for BROKEN SLEEP. Oh, and he occasionally plants himself on my head. And also decides to crunch his kibble in the middle of the night. While his tag clanks against the edge of the metal dish.

The final straw is that he always wants to GO OUTSIDE GO OUTSIDE GO OUTSIDE GO OUTSIDE GO OUTSIDE (aka, "MEW MEW MEW MEW MEW MEW MEW") at four o'clock in the morning.

Tired Christina is cranky Christina.

*sigh*

I'll try the earplugs tonight and hope it helps. And a cat door is in the works, then he can come and go as he pleases.

I need a good night's sleep!


7 comments:

Sevesteen said...

It isn't that difficult to teach that 4am meowing results in a wet cat rather than a reward.

Blondefabulous said...

Careful you don't get unwanted visitors from the cat door! ^..^_)

Guffaw in AZ said...

A couple drops of Jack Daniels in the kitty water?
What?

Mulligan said...

"Tired Christina is cranky Christina."

tis true

be afraid

noonie said...

yeah get the magnetic lock kind of door, so that only Pipsqueak can come in.

Anna Grey Flynn said...

What happened to Bruiser?

Ruth said...

Definetly get one of the doors that can trigger only for your cat, or you'll get guests!