The kitten is on the counter
How hard do you want to work to keep it off? What's it distracting you from?
The kitten will not stay off of the counter
Our youngest animal is no longer a kitten.
She is however small and the youngest. As such, my nickname for her is “Kitten.”
Super original, I know.
If kitten were a character in Dungeons and Dragons, her alignment would be chaotic and neutral. She is not lawful. She is chaotic. She is neither good nor evil. She is merely neutral. She does not observe rules. Sometimes, she causes shit with the other animals just because she is bored.
She’s a textbook example of chaotic neutral.
I have a simple rule for my cats: No cats on places for human food.
This includes the kitchen counter, the stove and the dining table.
There’s a small problem here.
The cats eat on top of a sideboard next to the dining table.
We do this so that their food is not accessible to the dogs. The dogs, if given the opportunity would eat themselves to death. We protect these small brained, large appetite creatures from themselves.
Today I tried an experiment with her.
I attempted to keep …
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