Cases are large, hard things that humans take uncomfortable things out of, so that cats can go to sleep in them.
Photo by Dossy Shiobara
Cats can be comfortable anywhere. Humans can't.
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Cats, even at a very early age, know where to sit relative to things around them so they look good. It's just what cats do.
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Cacti are strange things that hurt your nose when you investigate them.
Photo by Eirik Newth
Coffee tables are too low to be good cat vantage points, or safe places to sleep. It is unclear why humans persist in having them in their houses at all.
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Colanders are cat beds with drainage holes.
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Cats don't eat curry. Humans eat curry.
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Clogs, like most other human footwear, are simply smelly toys.
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Crutches are inconsequential to cats and, as this picture shows, they are not worth acknowledging.
Photo by Per Ola Wiberg
Cars are large objects humans keep near their houses. Cars are not only good to sit on top of but have many sources of warmth, and are excellent places to sleep.
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