I have a bunk bed that I use for reading. I can lay down on the bunk bed with my head on pillows, my feet up on the ladder, and good lighting there, and ChaCha comes and attacks me when I lay down on that bed. Sometimes he shoves things off the bed and I have to retrieve them and find all kinds of things I didn’t know I was missing. But little ChaCha, when I’m reading, he’ll come and attack me and jump on me and scratch me and bite me and carry on. He’s just so much fun to have around and I have a lot more laughs in my life with that little kitty cat around. Of course, I tease him, too, as you can see, and grab his tail and stir him up and then he really gets going.
Kitten Bedtime Chaos…Does It Begin with Humans?
So I was laying on the bed the other day and little ChaCha jumped off the bed and then jumped back onto it and I was teasing him and getting him to come jump at me and I grabbed him and picked him up and put him on my belly and started petting him, and suddenly I noticed, hey, he’s all wet. How could you possibly be wet? And oh, no. This doesn’t smell like water. It smells like cat pee pee. Oh, it’s cat pee pee. Little ChaCha had peed on the floor, and then in all of his exuberance, tumbled around and rolled in it. Came back up all covered with pee pee.
The Travails of Young Kitten Fatherhood
So I got him into a tub of warm water and washed him with warm, sudsy water, and then wrapped him in towels and dried him off. I dried him off as best I could with the towels, anyway, and took him over to the blow dryer and fluffed him all up and then brought him back to lay down with me and finish drying him up some more because he was licking his fur and stuff. Then we both fell asleep.
Kitty Bedtime Chaos End in Delightful Sleep