Put out a fresh load of clean laundry and chances are good you cat will make a nest out of it and burrow into your clothes, turning them from clean to soiled in no time. Even worse, some cats may pee on your laundry.

When cats pee on your belongings, it’s not always a sign of anger or aggression (it usually is), but could also be a way for your cat to communicate with you (that it’s pissed at you). When cats pee, it’s a sign of stress, which can only be received through constant affection and copious amounts of cash.

After all, if you brought a cat into your household, you have to pay the consequences and the cat gets to reap the benefits.

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