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Birmanese Nightmare!

If you are planning on buying or adopting a cat, you should keep several things in mind. Hair might be a problem for some, and constant grooming is required, depending on the cats breed. Cats are also known for sharpening their claws on whatever they can find, and this includes your couch and armchairs, and lastly, the litter box must be kept clean at all times.

I knew all of the above, but still decided to get one. I took it upon myself to take care of a small, Birmanese kitten. It was cute, soft, warm, and cuddly, and my girlfriend loved playing with it. It got used to us in a couple of days, and soon, nothing in the apartment was safe from its curious little paws.

When I say nothing, I mean nothing. My favorite CDs were totally and completely scratched by that cat  to death, I had to buy something to put over my couch because it was getting destroyed and I always had to make sure it had something to eat. If it didn’t, it had a bad habit of getting up on the kitchen table and sinking its paws into anything it could find. Try drinking milk with kitty hair in it…

My clix 2 gb also was ruined by my little kitty. The player had no way of defending itself, and my kitty quickly found that out, chewed it up, and left it in a corner. I was very fond of my player and was so mad I almost gave the kitty away. My girlfriend, however, bought me a new player, and told me she found the kitten very funny, and not to give it away. What could I do?

I’ve started keeping all my important things inside a locked desk, and consider anything left outside scratch-resistant. So does my kitty, probably, because It really puts it to the test. Having full reign of the house, my kitty now thinks its more important than me. My girlfriend seems to think so too!

 

Posted under Modern Cat Furniture

This post was written by TKB_Editor on November 30, 2012

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