As animal lovers, we all know that leaving your pet alone for the day is one of the hardest things to do. Hearing their grief-stricken purr or bark as you wave goodbye can easily bring a tear to your eye. But have you ever wondered what littleWhiskersorFluffyget up to while their parents are out?
First things first – your cat will celebrate.
Cats are known for being far more independent than their canine companions, so it should come as no surprise that the moment their slaves/humans vacate the area, they celebrate their freedom likes it’s nobodies business.
They’ll take up a new hobby.
Dependin g on the breed, you might just come home to the news that your pet has become a world champion boxer or a part-time landscaper. It’s your support that they really need, so never mind the mess and focus on the fact that they are utilizing their time constructively and following their dreams.
Cats, more than dogs, tend to be a bit fussy when it comes to their surroundings. So if that shade of wallpaper just isn’t doing it forthem,they might take the initiative and show you all of your design flaws.
Fix themselves a snack (or attempt to)
Most experts recommend feeding your dog twice a day – once in the morning and once in the evening. Your dog, however, might disagree with them.
Take dancing lessons
Whether it’s the Foxtrot, Tango or even the simple Two-step; dancing has become a proven winner when it comes to showing off the skills you have. Cats are over achievers, so if you ever come home to find whiskers and his pal in this position, don’t stress. They’re just working on becoming the ultimate party animals.