Dating a cat lady
One puss will do the trick when it comes to stealing all of the attention. The cat was always there for her in her loneliest hours, he has listened to all of her problems, and he has never judged her when she didn't shower for three days and ate an entire tub of ice cream on her own. She already has to cook and clean for her cat, she didn't sign up for her significant other to be another pet. Remember when you were a kid and you had a reserved spot on your parents' mattress?
Does that make her a crazy cat lady, or a compassionate and caring woman?
Cat people are known to be highly intelligent, patient, and can see past first impressions.
From cleaning out litter boxes to scheduling annual vet check-ups, a cat lady knows how to take extra good care of the ones she loves (and you could be one of ‘em! Living with a cat means that everything you own, by default, also belongs to the cat.
A cat lady’s bed, laptop, and glasses of water are all fair game for her purr baby’s naps and entertainment.
"Crazy cat ladies" are just women who love cats -- a lot.
Sometimes they have 14 different cats, and sometimes they only have one, but she doesn't need to own a dozen to be equally kitty-crazed.
Very few people who lose their cat remain cat-less.
Most people after they've grieved for a while get another cat.
I have a totally cool friend, who could be called a cat lady because she recently adopted a special-needs kitten.
She adores her kitty, and actually feels badly when she’s not home with him.
When we hear the words ‘cat lady’ we imagine an old unpleasant woman, who doesn’t have any private life and relationships.