Life of a Guardian

My cat owns my sock drawer. Some days when I get home from work, I'll find my drawer open with socks strewn all over the floor in my bedroom, and even out in the hallway. One or two sometimes show up on the couch because she likes carrying them to her favourite spot near the window. I wonder if she looks out of it with a sock in her mouth. On these days I usually find her on my bed nomming on the end of one like a bunny (she certainly looks like one with her white fur) chewing on a carrot. And she looks up at me when I come in as if she's done nothing naughty and gets all purry. I totally give up. I'm just going to leave the drawer open for her. Maybe I should buy her some of her own? Who knew cats liked socks so much? I love her to bits, but sometimes she's such a weirdo.


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Cat rat disease

Feb 18, 2019 at 1:57pm

Toxoplasma Gondii. Found in the majority of people diagnosed schizophrenia and how about all the people not medically diagnosed but just living quiet lives of desperation riddled with anxiety disorders? Cats are beautiful creatures in their natural settings. It is not healthy - very dangerous actually - to share living space with them.

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Possible solution

Feb 18, 2019 at 1:57pm

Maybe you can find a child safety lock for drawers?

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Feb 18, 2019 at 2:17pm

She's doesn't like socks, she likes you and your smell. Even after a wash, your socks still smell to a cat. He misses you.

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Feb 18, 2019 at 4:42pm

gimme your meowmeow :(

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