In many ways I defy the definition of a cat lady. For one, I only have three cats — any bona fide cat lady knows that child’s play. Also, I’m married, though I know many crazy cat ladies are married. But after combing through some of my stranger habits, I’m starting to believe I could not only join the crazy cat-lady train, I could be the conductor. Here are 10 things that might put me there.
From T-shirts to delicate gold rings, if it has a cat on it, I want it.
Since two of my lovies were outside cats before they met me, I try to give them as much fresh air as possible. The stroller was a last resort after leash training didn’t work.
I could never love someone who didn’t love my cats.
Not that they would ever wear it, but I can’t help browsing cute outfits for my little girls.
Everyone knows a cat lady loves her puzzles, especially when they’re cat-themed.
I’ve caught cat puke in my hand, cleaned black gunk from my cats’ ears, and emptied litter boxes more times than I care to count. A cat mom can’t have a weak stomach.
Remember when everyone freaked out because Alicia Silverstone admitted she chewed up her son’s food and spit it into his mouth? I’m guilty of the same thing, but with my cats.
Well, technically we were moving from Texas to New York, but it was quite the feat.
But you try kicking out these sweet faces.
Because really, does it get more cat lady than that?
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