By Dr. Andrew Jones
Cats are SMART – at least my cat is, and she has imparted ‘words of wisdom’ that can make our lives Soooo much better..
She is one happy, fattish cat who get what she wants.
All I Needed To Know I Learned From My Cat
1) Curiosity never killed anything except maybe a few hours.
2) I love you but I love me more. Love yourself first. Clean your fur often, sleep long, pursue things that interest you.
3) Be good at hellos. Don’t drag out goodbyes
4) Don’t think too far beyond your next meal
5) Life is hard, then you nap.
6) It’s O.K. to wear the same thing every day
7) Climb your way to the top–that’s why drapes are there.
8) When in doubt, cop an attitude.
9) First one in has to warm up the bed
10) Variety is the spice of life: one day ignore people, the next day annoy them.
11) Never sleep alone when you can sleep on someone’s face.
12) Flaunt your hair loss
13) Find your place in the sun–especially if it happens to be on that nice pile of warm, clean laundry.
14) Focus on what you really want and be relentless about getting it. “No” is not an option. I’m hungry.
15) Make your mark in the world–or at least spray in each corner.
16) When eating out think nothing of sending back your meal twenty or thirty times
17) You teach people how to treat you. Role model how you want others to treat you and, gently but firmly, do not accept anything less
18) If you’re not receiving enough attention, try knocking over several expensive antique lamps.
19 . Keep moving forward. You will land on your feet when you fall. And then act like you meant to do that.
20) Always give generously–a small bird or rodent left on the bed tells them, “I care.”
21) When you go out into the world, remember: being placed on a pedestal is a right, not a privilege.
Dr Andrew J
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