In the past I’ve written about the striking similarities between men and cats. As an example, with both men and cats you never really know what they’re thinking. Both must be approached gingerly, being spoken to softly and slowly (sudden movements are not advised). Neither cat nor man is a star communicator. And both rarely tend to spend the whole night with you. So you might be surprised to learn there are actually several ways in which felines are superior to their two-legged counterparts.
At least not of which we are aware.
Thank goodness for their lack of opposable thumbs!
Chances are you’ll approve (just be sure everyone has been spayed and neutered!).
Perhaps only the occasional political talk show or episode of Homeland.
Unless your cat is using the Litter Kwitter, in which case I have no words.
Who doesn’t love the bunny paws?
No secrets here, buddy!
If they refuse to ask they can only get so far, and it can only get so bad.
They will never embarrass you by appearing in a wife beater and sport socks.
Even when they snore.
You’re paying. While admittedly not ideal, there’s something to be said for consistency.
After the evidence placed before you, you’ll have no choice but to agree. Cats are in fact just plain better than the regular garden-variety two-legged human male. Can you think of other ways four-legged boys are superior to men?
All photos by Tamar Arslanian, except for Harried Executive Cat by Shutterstock.
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About the author: Tamar Arslanian is a singleton living in New York City with her three cats Kip, Petie, and Haddie. Tamar writes about cats, relationships and life in the Big Apple on her nationally recognized blog, I HAVE CAT. She was recently quoted in People StyleWatch "What’s In What’s Out" about cat toy trends. Her biggest secret? She didn’t grow up with animals (unless you count goldfish and a hamster). When she finally got her first cat she was in her early 30s and it was all thanks to a man she was dating at the time. You can follow Tamar and I HAVE CAT on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
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