#CatPeopleProblem No. 823 — ATTENTION SEEKERS
My cat sings the song of his
— Leah Honeybadger Thom
My cat knocks my refrigerator magnets to the floor. In the middle of
the night. Every night.
— Gabrielle Smith
The question should be, “What
DOESN’T my cat do to get my
attention? Clever little fluffies.
— Liz Oliver
She follows me everywhere and
stops in front of me and throws
herself onto her back and
— Lisa McKeown
He meows loudly in my ear.
— Ellen Kobrin
My cat flops down, after he’s
made sure I’m looking, and rolls to
show me his belly.
— Julie Smith
Mine shreds paper.
— Gel Villa-Real
Mine attacks my bare feet while
I am walking up stairs — usually
with my hands full.
– Elaine Carass
Mine gets on the counter and
starts to knock things off —
one at a time!
— Shelly Mitchell
She wraps her paws around
my ankle and nibbles at it.
— Derik Lawrence
My cat stares at me nonstop.
— Shawn Jones
I stepped on a wet, furry mess in the middle of
the night, then proceeded to slip, fall, and sprain my
ankle. I was off my foot for three weeks!
— Cindy Kukas
While cleaning one up, I found an earring in it.
— Anna Blaine
Have you ever seen a cat projectile vomit from
the top of his cat tree? I have.
— Kelly Kissick Overstreet
One of my cats gorked up a hairball on the furniture
when our house was being shown by a realtor.
— Becky Womble
My British Shorthair makes this blood-curdling howl
before expelling his. The first time I heard it I nearly
jumped out of my skin.
— Alison Perron Vaillancourt
My cat would always throw up his hairballs in my
husband’s shoes. — Linda Poole
He’ll tap my arm until he has my
– Jennifer Dulin
Sweet 20-pound, former stray Dax will perch on my stomach in the middle of the
night and cry. So I pet him. Wouldn’t trade it for anything!
– Lene Hofing Kirby
Hairball horror stories