You decide on the blog "look" - I'm tired - wake me when it's over......
Needless to say, Mom and I spent the afternoon looking at more themes for my blog and frankly – I’m pooped! Actually, I think it’s down to THIS ONE (which I can still make some changes to) and my good old original blog look. This webmaster stuff is tiring!
I think I’m one of those guys who doesn’t want a lot of choices. I make up my mind quickly about stuff, then STICK with it intead of continuing to find options to worry about. Know what I mean? For instance choosing what to eat…..remember back when I first started my blog I talked about how Friskies no longer made my favorite-est ever food anymore? I had a terrible time with that. After 10 years of eating just one kind of food and whammo they quit making it – anyway, Mom and I tried bunches of things but once we found one I would eat – I’ve STUCK with it. Period. Don’t give me other stuff – just this.
From what I have seen (especially when I watch television!) humans like choices. Lots of ’em…..and they switch around all the time…..one day this – next day that. Hey….don’t get me wrong….I love my Mom and Dad and the few other humans I’ve managed to tolerate (tee hee:)) but humans are confusing.
But then………“They’re only human……………….”
Wake me when it’s over………….:)
Happy Hump Day (I heard Mom say that about Wednesdays – what the heck does THAT mean?!?!?!)
Sammy, One Spoiled Cat
Come on! Play with me!!
Happy Monday! Today’s blog is all about humans…..specifically “the art of people management” – a VERY big subject for those of us who do this activity on a full-time basis. We have to begin training right off the bat when we come to live with them. The key is allowing them to THINK they’re training us when it’s really just the opposite.
We have the odds on our side in the beginning – after all – who can resist a cute kitten or puppy face????? A little squeaky bark or soft meow and they’re putty in our paws!
Daddy "thinks" playing on the floor was HIS idea!
Does Daddy REALLY think he “decided” to play with me on the floor? Or did I drag the toy over to him and look up at him with my golden eyes and look pitiful until he got down on the floor to play with me???? It’s all about training……
I had a bit more difficulty training Dad than Mom. After all, Mom had been trained by previous cats she’d lived with so there wasn’t as much “work” required. Dad had been previously trained by a dog – which is a whole other process and probably just as challenging!
I think I could maybe teach a class in “People Management” if someone ever opens up a Kitty Kat Kollege around here.
So fellow cats and you dogs as well – – – what was YOUR biggest challenge when training YOUR human(s)??? I can probably use your tips when I’m putting my training program together!
I already know the first thing I’ll tell my students…..The key to the whole process is patience…………and lotsa LOVE!
Sammy, One Spoiled Cat (and future professor of Kitty Kat Kollege)