The housing market is heating up, and many cats are pestering their owners to trade up and get them their dream home.
We asked some cats what they were looking for in a house. Here’s what they had to say:
We don’t care how you do it — built-ins, flying buttresses, indoor scaffolding — but we don’t want to touch the floor for weeks.
In the kitchen, preferably, but a pond full of carp in the living room would suffice.
We are so tired of being on the wrong side of the door.
Hey, one can dream.
Tall ones, too. You can save money by having less roof.
Maybe in one of those gated community-type thingies? No doorbells, either. And mail carriers can only come to the door if they bring chicken. No visitors otherwise.
Imagine, a sun puddle that never moved, that just sat there, everywhere. We’d never have to go anywhere again.
Or wall-to-wall corrugated cardboard. Your call. Maybe half and half. And make sure its the kind of carpet you can’t vacuum (check Macy’s).
And swallows and warblers. Also swifts, nightjars, turtledoves, ospreys, and terns. Oh, and red-necked grebes. What else migrates? Under those, too. Do you have a shotgun?
Florida doesn’t have vets, right? Let’s live there.
Wait, can we live inside a fish market? Let’s do that.
Even better, the bedroom has an aviary.
A small waterfall in every room would be ideal, but we’ll settle for faucets can’t be turned off.
What would your kitty like in a house? Let us know in the comments!
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