If you are, you are likely to:
- Have more cat food than human food in the house. Other symptoms include shopping for your cats more than you do for yourself.
- Prefer spending time at home with your cats than anywhere else. You are likely to spend more time with your cats than you do with fellow humans.
- Find humans noisy, rude, and with no regard for personal space, especially human children and nosy neighbours.
- Read, talk or research all things cat-related, every day, once a day. (Yes, it includes your daily visit to this blog!)
- One or more of the following: inspect your cat’s poo really closely, taste-test your cat’s food.
- Have cat fur on you almost all the time. You are also likely to collect your cat’s fur to make into a pillow or blanket.
Further serious signs of cat-insanity include:
- Having more cats than you can name, dress with collars, feed individually.
- Clearing out all the human furniture, ornaments and breakables from your house, regardless of decor or practicality.
- Giving up on cat litter, preferring newspapers or toilet floors because there is just too much scooping to do.
The above three symptoms require urgent intervention to prevent full-scale psycho-cat-mania.
(Thankfully, Andy and I are not that seriously cat-manic. We do however suspect Aswat to be nearly full-scale cat-psycho as he also has at least one out of three of the serious symptoms.)
How crazy are you?
Welcome to cat-insanity my kitty friends.