Life Lessons as Explained by My Cat


Hello fellas out there, long time no see each other. You may also knew that I has a cat named Xelo. Besides of his cuteness, he also teach me about the simple life is.

Curious? So you should continue to scroll the monitor on🙂

 

1. Take Pride in Your Appearance

We are divine, noble, and gorgeous creatures by nature. Therefore, appearance is everything. Every chance you have, be sure to lick yourself to keep your fur in place and looking glossy. Bask in your glory on a windowsill and allow other people to admire your exquisiteness. Nap.

*Disclaimer: Cats have impossible standards of beauty. Do not attempt to live up to such. Focus on your natural beauty. I do not recommend licking one’s self as a practice of cleanliness. Please use normal human methods. Thank you.

 

2. Know Your Comfort Zone

I don’t mean that you should hide under the bed all day. (Though it is useful when the evil vacuum is out.) Discover where that smell is coming from. Go see if you can climb that new bookshelf.  Figure out what is in the box your human brought. Then try to fit into that box. But sometimes you need to be selfless and be tolerant of your human. If they dress you up in those weird coverings, give them a solid 5 seconds before you try to claw out of them. (Unless you can be a dragon. Then always be a dragon.) However, don’t take things further than you are emotionally or physically ready for. Enforce that two belly scratch limit! When you feel too tired to go on, nap.

 

3. Trust Your Instincts

If something doesn’t feel right, then that could be a bad thing. Something feels off about your human? Cheer them up by purring, nuzzling, and acting crazy to incite laughter. (Excuse me, while I accidentally run into this wall.) However, if you hear running water, run. Though you can never be sure if it is for the human or you (Why they like to wet themselves all over, I’ll never understand.), it’s better to be dry than sorry. If you ever find that really comfy place, be it a book that the human is reading, or their warm computer, nap.

 

4. Sometimes You Need Private Time

Whether you are a social butterfly or just have a small intimate group of friends, sometimes people can just be too much. Find that place where you can have some of that rejuvenating peace and quiet (Boxes are the best). Stare aimlessly at the wall. Plan world domination. Nap.

 

5. Enjoy the Simple Things

Even though your human will bring you ridiculously colored, fuzzy, and loud toys, don’t be pressured into playing with them. Take delight in that hairband that fell on the floor. Marinate in the awesome that is catnip. Chase that red dot. Run bat-crap crazy into another room at 3 am. Nap.

Always make time for naps.

Above all make sure you get plenty of rest. You can’t be super awesome and fabulous if you are worn down all the time. Though, I might have forgotten to mention it. Take naps. Before you attempt to do anything make sure you have napped at least 20 hours a day.

-filah’s Cat, Xelo

Xelo is not only a marvelous napper, but a stunning actor was well.

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