If the cat is avoiding the dirty laundry, maybe those clothes should go into the laundry a little sooner.
One of my cats loves to cuddle with my hubby’s pyamashirt, especially when he’s been sleeping in it for a few nights, guess she likes the sweat scent.
The word chopper is having fun with your sentence.
The cat is always sleeping on the clean laundry, because you’ll have to wash it AGAIN!
Seems my cat’s broken. The laundry he sleeps on is always the used one.
The cat trick is cute. But in our home, the clean laundry is folded (and warm, for the cat) and the dirty laundry is an ugly pile. So even if the cat is otherwise occupied, we can tell which is which.
Dogs go for the dirty laundry.
When our cats used to sleep on any pile of clothes, they’d pee on it first, so we’d know it was theirs.
It was true 25 years ago and true today… different cats!
O’Malley just loves the fresh laundry.
My white cat sleeps on the dark colored clothes and my black cat sleeps on thea. light. Clean, dirty, they don’t care.
So weird when the word balloons have too much white space – maybe they should be drawn after the dialog? (Happens in “Get Fuzzy” too.)
I blame “Excellence in Management” training!
and the dog sleeps on the dirty pile :)
Frazz15 hrs ·
I have four, count ‘em, four cats, so I’m as qualified to talk about cat behavior as … well, given the unpredictability of cats, as anyone who owns from zero to 20 cats. But it’s a pretty safe bet that a cat will (a) sleep on anything, but (b) especially something soft, and © especially something you’d prefer the cat not sleep on. Like clean laundry, the exact place you wanted to sit, or your face. Hope this helps.About this websitegocomics.comFrazz by Jef Mallett for October 24, 2018 | GoComics.com
My dog sleeps on the dirty pile.
Yup—this one’s so true. Made me smile.
July 31, 2013