I grant the furniture remark but I have never been roared at in my face. Purred at, nuzzled, drooled and shed upon, oh yes but roar??? No, no. Perhaps Will’s hearing I’d too sensitive?
Coughed up a hairball on, scratched, hissed at…the list goes on. This is why I’m a dog person; I’d adopt Tucker in a heartbeat!
I love both dogs and cats, well all animals really.
But he will chew on the furniture, your shoes, and lick you in the face while you try to sleep. Piddle on the floor when he gets excited, refuse to go outside to do his “business” when it’s raining. They both can be very loving and very annoying in their own special ways.
You got to Accentuate the Positive and Eliminate the Negative……
Anything which helps.
Or suck the breath out of your children while they sleep.
I guess that depends on what he means by ‘roar’.
Perhaps when one is sleeping, any noise that wakes one up counts as a roar.
They are some “Woke” cats.
Just buy many large bags and lots of food and we will be very happy
Parker and Hart
Mastroianni and Hart