Haiku by Cat: Sink

#HaikuByCat how would you know if / it’s clean without the help of / a sink inspector

Today’s haiku is by Elsa Clair.

What would we do without cats? Who would we count on to inspect our cabinets, drawers, boxes, sinks, papers, closets… you get my drift.

Cats are so helpful. Like the way they help with office work (paper shredder, keyboard tester, printer monitor), housework (sheet stomper, undercouch duster, item stability tester) and perform other odd jobs around the home, some of which we might not have known we needed, such as timer (it’s always time to wake up and feed them), decorator (surely you wanted a toy mouse or seven scattered artfully under the coffee table and lap warmer.

Yup. Cats. Gotta love ’em. I don’t know how anyone can keep themselves and their lives together without the snoopervision supervision of a friendly feline.

How are you pets helpful?

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6 Comments on "Haiku by Cat: Sink"

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  1. da tabbies o trout towne says:

    sink iz knot compleet
    ewe knead fish in ther Elsa
    hundred perch wood due

  2. Kitties Blue says:

    Astrid can be found in the sink cleaning out the cat food can before Mom can wash it and put it in the recycle bin. Mom leaves it there for her. Lily Olivia has to check out everything in the sink before Mom loads the dishwasher. We all have our specific jobs! XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo and Cooper Murphy

  3. Paula Cohen-Martin says:

    My kitty, Ogden Nash Cohen, who lived long ago before my cat allergies set in, was remarkably helpful. He liked to lick emulsion. If I left a stack of newly developed photos on my desk he would lick across them, making them stick together. I never had to worry about putting them in a photo album or otherwise filing them because they had to go straight into the trash. This also helped in curbing my hoarder inclinations.
    My schnauzer, Joxter, keeps my hoarding instinct in check too by eating my shoes.

    • Exactly! Pets are so helpful around the house. How nice of them to help make sure you don’t have too many things. I’ve found cats to be especially helpful in the office, where they work as hole punchers, paperweights, paper sorters and keyboard warmers. Dogs are helpful guardians, ensuring that I am aware of every squirrel, deer, mail carrier, UPS driver, bicyclist, jogger that comes within barking distance of our home. What would we do without them?

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