How To (And Why You Should) Live More Cat

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20 thoughts on “How To (And Why You Should) Live More Cat

  1. I loved this post, although I’m definitely more of a reptile person! πŸ˜‰ I am going to try and be more cat like though. Lack of assertiveness and trusting too easily are two of my flaws.

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    • Ooh, I do find reptiles really interesting! Geckos/lizards in particular πŸ™‚
      It’s so hard strike that balance between perhaps trusting too easily and closing yourself off. It’s always worth some extra thought πŸ™‚


  2. I am a cat person! We now have a really soopy british shorthaired cat who is always sleeping or being playful and it’s such great energy to have around. Be more like cats!

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  3. Hah this is brilliant! You’ve made some great points and yeah, they don’t have to hold down work or a blog but us humans easing off and getting more rest than we probably do is a good start. I’ve often thought we should be more like dogs or cats, though admittedly cats are far more chilled out!
    Caz xx

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  4. This is such a fun post! I’ve always been more a cat person (although I love my puppy!) because they’re such fun, fluffy A-holes lol at least my cats have been!

    I love the points you shared, especially about. Sing assertive. There is nothing wrong with going after what you want.

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  5. Love this idea! Watching my in-laws’ cat definitely makes me think I should be more cat – she seems to have the perfect life! She knows what she wants and she’s not afraid of putting herself first (plus she’s absolutely worshipped – I wouldn’t mind that either haha)

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  6. This was so nice to read! Although a strange concept, it definitely makes sense now that I think about it. I personally sleep like the cats do, but I should work on the others. Especially on being assertive!

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