Caitlin UltimoPet Lovers / Pet Parenting

10 Reasons Your Cat Thinks You’re Weird

Our cats may love us, but they find some of the things we do downright strange. When the heads start to tilt ever so slightly and the tails suspiciously wag, you have to admit your kitty looks a little perplexed. Come on, you know there’s something behind those sideways glances—and chances are it’s you! Here are ten things you may be doing that’s causing your cat to scratch his head in place of his post!

You throw out leftovers

Um… since when is it okay to toss perfectly good salmon skin?

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You shower

You shower

One word for you: Water. And it should be avoided at all costs, yet you subject yourself to it daily.

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You have a brush for your hair

Isn’t that what tongues are for?

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You sleep for hours on end

You sleep for hours on end

There’s so much to do, so many things to eat. What a waste of time; who cares if it’s dark out!

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You chew your food

You chew your food

Teeth are for many things, but not chewing food! Cats can swallow their bites  of cat food whole.

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You recycle cardboard boxes

You recycle cardboard boxes

How could you? That perfectly intact box contained your new sweater by coincidence. The box itself was the real delivery!

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You don’t sleep on the computer

But, it’s warm and smooth and comfy to rest on—isn’t that why you bought it?

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You invite people over for dinner

You invite people over for dinner

Who are these intruders – and why are they so comfortable in my favorite spot? And hey, if you are going to share food with anyone it better be me.

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You didn’t swat at the fly on the wall

You didn't swat at the fly on the wall

The nuisance must die and you just sit there and let him wreak havoc on your home.

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You try hard

You try hard

You spend so much time working, cooking, cleaning and caring about others that you don’t have time to stop and smell the catnip—well the cooking part is okay actually, as long as you share the end product!

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Caitlin Ultimo is a writer and editor who has been published on PetMD. Her work specializes in pet, family and beauty writing.

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