Why You Are Not Allowed to Complain About My Cat – SheKnows

You Are Not Allowed to Complain About My Cat, Even If I Do | Faith, Hope, Love, and Luck Survive Despite a Whiskered Accomplice

I wrote a post that is being featured this week on SheKnows.com, and for once it’s not a recipe. Surprise, surprise, surprise. This featured post is all about my dear, sweet, crazy, and often trying Brenna. The name of the post is entitled “Why You Are Not Allowed to Complain About My Cat.” For those of you that have met the little ball of fur, and left our home feeling unwanted and perhaps dabbing blood from your skin, I suggest giving it a read. For those of you that have yet to meet the “little angel,” I also suggest giving it a read. Consider it useful knowledge to have upon entering our home. Forewarned is forearmed. You can read the post HERE, or I will also be posting my version of it tomorrow on Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck.




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  • Debbie Spivey

    Great post, lady!

    • Colleen

      Thanks Debbie!

  • We have a cat who pretty much avoids company, but we also have some (very sweet!) poorly behaved dogs. If you don’t want a dog chin resting on your lap, our home is maybe not for you. And totally agree with you – our pets are family, meaning I can complain about them, but outsiders may not.

    • Colleen

      Agreed! I don’t think anyone can love a pet more than their own owner!