That's what happens when you get to the top of your particular food chain.
You'll see the same thing in CEOs and politicians and celebrities, actually.
Cats just do what they want, when they want to do it, and if you object, you just get the crazy eye.
I know it's the season for people to be mad at their kitties, because it's Christmas tree season.
Here's what I have to say about that.
When you bring a large tree into your home, igniting the ancestral memories of your domestic (ha!) cat sharpening his claws on the bark of a towering jungle tree which he has decorated with his prey, and then festoon it with dangly, shiny objects, you sort of get what you deserve, no?
No need to be mad at the cat. Just reconsider your poor choices in your life and the consequences of those choices. And perhaps give the poor, beleaguered animal a treat.
However, since cat and dog-shaming is totally a thing now, I absolutely could not resist this Technique Junkies Christmas Mug Shot stamp - I think it sums up the entire relationship between cats and the holiday season.
links to supplies used
To make the background I just did the wrinkle-free Distress technique on watercolor paper. Then I used my square framelits to cut a polaroid shape from glimmer paper and added a few pine boughs (dies and supplies linked above) sticking out from behind as evidence. They match his eyes don't you think? His green, remorseless eyes.
Let's try to be nicer to our cats this holiday season.
This message brought to you by Maddie & Splotchy.