THe chart for one of my cats would look very similar, for the other I would have to add a section for crying to go outside. She is an escape artist.
Cats have the best life...but so do dogs...hummm which would I like to be...hummmLindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
I can't tell you if this is true or not, because when a cat comes near me, I get a rash, watery eyes and my throat closes up.
That is terrific, also true for my dog, Alfred, who we call Velcro, or Ewok.The jumping on the lap thing is endless. And when he gets up here, then naps on the laptop. Makes typing waaay harder.
If I did a chart for my cat alex, it would be 45% sleeping, 45% Crying to be fed, 5% eating, and 5% saying, "mommy why are you snuggling with me? You know you are going to have an asthma attack any minute if you don’t stop!"
This DOES kind of beg the question...uh...why do you have a cat??
You forgot "plotting your demise". Or so I assume it goes for most cats.