I’m $65 into cat harnesses.
$65 is what I spend on food per week.
My cat is so much a part of my life, I want to take her places with me and give her some much-needed stimulation. (We share four rooms, counting the bathroom and storage alcove).
Cat harnesses are not very good.
Or, my little Houdini is very good.
She can wiggle out of nearly anything and I end up chasing after her with grocery store cooked chicken saying, “Jazz-E…chicken. Chicken. Jazz-E, chicken.”
She immediately dropped in the dirt wearing the harness above and scrunched her shoulders up and out of that collar.
Disclosure: This harness is made for a dog, but look at it. You’d think it would container her, but no.
She has also sprung herself from a harness of straps and buckles made for cats, but not before she caught a mouse after 15 seconds outside. Did she spot it from the window?!
But, I think I have found a good one. It’s called a Kitty Holster. I don’t have a picture of it, but it’s more like a vest and has Velcro fasteners. My cat does not have the patience for buckles looking for their docks and my fussing with the snugness of the straps. She says so by biting me.
One of my Facebook friends says I post way too much about my cat. If everything I post is about my cat, then yes, I post way too much about my cat. I was telling another friend about this and I concluded, “I guess I’ve turned into a cat lady.” She said, “So? What’s wrong with that?”
Yeah, other Facebook friend — what’s wrong with that?
If I want to buy cat harnesses I can use just once instead of food, I can. Besides, you post way too much about baseball.