You’ve worked hard to improve your home this spring. You think it looks great. These cats believe otherwise. (And one even blogs about it.) Fear not: Home Depot has your back. You can still be a DIY hero if you get a little expert help. Your cat will thank you later.
Some cats live outdoors. Some cats live indoors. But the pimping-est cats have outdoor enclosures called —wait for it— CATIOS. You can order them online or build them from scratch (get it?) if you’re so inclined, and Home Depot can help. Either way, cats love catios - even Richard, and he hates everything.
As a general rule, cats are sick and tired of humans doing everything wrong. Some even blog about it. But don’t freak out. Home Depot is here to help. They can’t make you more graceful, or make better decisions, but at least they won’t judge you like Richard and his friends.
It’s spring. You’re feeling crafty. You’re ready to really dig into some DIY projects. Richard the Cat suggests you go to Home Depot for help. Unless you’re one of these artists, in which case you should maybe get professional help of a different sort. J/K these things are awesome. (Most of them.)
Little did you know that cats also need to be on their best behavior if they’re expecting any presents at Christmas. Your “Princess Cuteyface” might be well-behaved, but these cats definitely aren’t. And especially not this one.
Being judged by humans is hard, but you’re never going to regret your actions more than after these cats have heard about them. Fortunately for you, they probably aren’t judging you as much as this one is.
Cats are usually quite apathetic about human traditions, but it seems that Christmas is one they simply have no tolerance for. Here’s some of the worst offenders—but they still may not be worse than Richard.
Get off of those presents, cat. You’re ruining Christmas. There are plenty of more productive ways to help out humans, though, cats. Try some of these tips, instead.