How much do you talk to your cat?
I just realize that I have lengthy conversations with my cat. Maybe I need to get out more? Please tell me I am not alone out here! (About the conversations, not about the need to get out.)
Here is an example of my possible decent into madness:
I stop Athena at the cat door between the living room and the lanai because she has a lizard in her mouth.
Me - You are not bringing that lizard into this house!
Athena - meow?
Me - Because the last thing we need is another lizard in here. And it isn't nice to the poor lizards either.
Athena - Meow
Me - I said no. There is already a lizard under the sofa that you brought in yesterday.
Athena - Meow!
Me - No, no lizard heads or tails either. I know it is in your nature to hunt, but I still said no.
Athena - Meow?
Me - Yes, you can come in, but you have to put the lizard down first.
Dogs have owners, cats have staff.
Our home belongs to Hera, Zeus, and Athena.
And there are some humans here too!