Thursday, February 12, 2015

Signs That Your Cat Might Have An Addiction

If you follow me on Instagram, you know that we have two cats who allow us to live in their house. 

Yes, this is Charlie in gray and Callie the Tortoise Shell. They each have their own personalities. And they are ornery beyond belief. We would not have it any other way.

Charlie absolutely loves cat nip. So, I was wondering if maybe he might be addicted. Here is a video I discovered, explaining the 8 signs of cat additions. 

What a fantastic video. Now I know. Yes, he is addicted.

If you have cats in your household, you totally understand this mug.

We are extremely attached to our cats. Without knowing all of the statistics, we understand what a de-stresser it is to hold and pet your cat. Charlie loves to be carried around the house like a baby and his body warmth and purring helps to relieve a stressful day.

According to a study published in the January 2009 issue of the "Journal of Vascular and Interventional Neurology," owners of kitties had a reduced chance of dying from a stroke or heart disease. So not only does spending time with your furry friend, including petting her, have psychological benefits, but also physical ones, too.

Our cats bring us great joy and we know that they love us too.

Now to you-

What does your cat do that is extremely entertaining?

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