joys of cats

Mnewtost people can print any time they want if a printer is connected to their computer … but when a cat or cats are involved, such convenience can change.

The feline fur children have defined our laser printer as the neatest thing since canned cat food. ‘Tisn’t a printer don’tcha know, ’tis a cat bed and our favorite since it is right next to one of our humans.

Printing, therefore, occurs when: (1) the human becomes adamant about using the printer and forceably removes said cat from sleeping on the machine, (2) the human goes to the kitchen and shakes the cat-treat container luring them off the machine, or (3) when the feline has awakened and discovered it is in need of food, drink or facilities and vacates of its own volition (this generally only occurs when no one wishes to use the printer or when the computers are turned off). [#1 or #2 are the most frequent methods – when printing is needed that is.]