10 Reasons Why Cats Are a Girl's Best Friend ...

By Alison

10 Reasons Why Cats Are a Girl's Best Friend ...

I love cats. In fact, I absolutely adore them. To me, a house just isn’t a home without a furry purring bundle and every girl should have one. Here’s my list of 10 reasons why they are a girl’s best friend.

1 They Fit Right into the Busy Modern Lifestyle

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Cats don't require walking and, if they have access to a garden, are totally self-cleaning (just ask them to use the neighbor's garden for a toilet rather than your own).

2 They Have Personality

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Each cat has its funny little habits that make you laugh. Every one is an individual with its own personality.

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3 Sleep Schedules

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Cats sleep a lot. Leave some food out and hopefully you won't be disturbed at a ridiculously early hour by kitty demanding to be fed.

4 Peace and Quiet

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Cats don't snore or hog the blankets and pillows. Unlike men.

5 Cosy!

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On cold winter nights they curl up at your feet and keep them warm. So much more stylish than a hot water bottle.

6 They're Good Listeners

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When your heart has been broken, your cat is there to console you, and they won't judge you for moping in your track pants for a week.

7 Cats Never Let You down

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Your cat will always be there for you, unless you try to fob them off with cheap supermarket food, in which case they'll be off to try their starving waif act on the nearest soft-hearted senior citizen.

8 They Help You Relax

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Having a purring cat on your lap has to be one of the greatest stress-busters. Much better than the other kind of laptop!

9 They're Sensitive and Responsive

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Cats are highly sensitive creatures and know when you need them. One of the few times one of my cats let me pick her up was when I was going into hospital for an operation, and was very scared.


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Well, aren't they? Cats are gorgeous animals, and are all different, just like people. Fuzzy orange tabbies, sleek black cats, and everything in between!

I'm sure there are so many more reasons to love cats, but these are the first ones that come to mind. They really are a girl's best friend! Are you a cat lover? Please tell me why!

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Sitting here with my cat and see this.

I'm SUCH a cat lover. I love all the hilarious things they do, and I love that they do their own thing too. We're buddies, but their life doesn't totally revolve around me... I know they're pets and not people, but whatever, I respect that! Their fur is softer than dogs, it's not gross when they lick me (it's actually cute!), and purring is the most comforting thing I can think of, ever. Stereotypes be damned... I love my cats!

I love dogs!!!! I have a little terrier and he is sooo gorgeous. He is soooo funny and kinda dumb in a cute way! :)

I love cats much I'm much more of a dog person. Dog's comfort me far more, and the only reason I can see someone wanting a cat more is the time a dog takes is too much. I don't know what I would do if I didn't have my dogs in my life.

I find myself in the same place that Angie is! I've always wanted a cat but everyone in my family except myself is allergic. I discovered the Siberian cat, a supposedly hypoallergenic breed. I scheduled an appointment to meet with a reputable breeder and see if the cats were truely hypoallergenic. Unfortunately, even though my family's allergy symptoms were significantly lighter, they still persisted. I was heartbroken. I've resorted to painting pictures of cats and volunteering at a cat shelter, but it is simply not the same. Painting and cats are two of my favorite things, and If I cannot have them both in the near future, I don't know what I will do.



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