17 Truths Only Couples With A Cat Understand
The cat has the deed to your home. And your life.
Your conversations are now 60% about whether or not the cat used the litter box.
And the other 40% is about what the cat's currently doing.
If you're having a Netflix and chill night you know you'll have to pause at some point to play with the cat.
Date Night is never really complete unless it's the three of you.
But when you want actual alone time, you have to use creative methods to get it.
You both know that if you ever had to pick sides in a fight, you're taking that cat's.
And one of you (you know which one) has a problem with saying no to the cat.
This is your version of sexting...cat-ing.
When you take a couple photo, it inevitably turns into a family photo.
And, TBH, you've both started to treat your cat as your baby. A cat baby.
If you're out of town, it's your S.O.'s job to provide the cat updates.
And you often use the cat as a way to lure your S.O. back to the house.
The decor in your house has started to veer into the utterly purrfect territory.
And you've been pleasantly surprised when the "cat" remembers to give you gifts on holidays.
When you and your S.O. cuddle, you're really just cuddling the cat together.
You've both accepted that your bed is the cat's, and you're just lucky enough to get a spot on it.
And finally, you know that you're secretly the cat's favorite person.
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