Thank You For Chemical Cat Hypnosis
The blogs I frequently read have incredibly talented writers with humorous, thought provoking, or inspiring posts. Most of them have at least one mention (or super cute photo) of their cat.
Has any one else noticed the large number of bloggers who have a cat (or more than one)?
Also, have you noticed how much we love to post our cat pictures and cat tales, elevating them to admirable status in our blog writings?
Okay, so I figured out why.
It has nothing to do with writers being sensitive sorts of people who are keenly aware of their environment, in need of affection, and nurturing people who are imbued with an appreciation for living things.
It’s actually this;
Cats are incarnates of ancient scribes, unpublished authors, play writes, and frustrated poets from the 18th century— one I know for certain is a song writer— she walks across my friend’s piano like a maniac with musical paws.
They have reincarnated, returned to Earth in cat bodies, to hypnotize us into finishing their writings through our own fingers and computer keyboards.
They exude some kind of invisible chemical that compels us to blog every thought we think we invented.
Here are some of the clues you may have noticed too…
1. Your cat seems to be nearby every time you get on the computer.
Many will actually stand in front of the screen or bat at the keyboard or your hand with their paw.
2. When your cat is in your lap, your mind suddenly starts generating words about dreamy, romantic, or lofty images.
3. Your cat sleeps in your desk chair sometimes. This is their way of telling you they have something to say and they just fell asleep waiting for you to get there and write it down.
4. When you are not writing, your cat meows at you. Do not mistake this for “dinner time”. It’s a cry for help. They can not type and you must obey.
Now, get to work!
“Look into my eyes…you are…getting…very…creative…must…write…something…”