I read an article that has an interview with the whacky lady behind Cat Prin aka “The Tailor of a Cat.” I read the article in preparation of becoming that old woman that lives by herself except for the 20 or so cats she has tea parties with.
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Q: Do you have any pointers on how to convince a cat to wear clothes?
A: Always think about the cat’s personality beforehand, and don’t force the costumes upon them. Try to do it when they’re in a good mood, and say encouraging words to them. Cats love to be complimented. You can’t be half-assed about it either. You’ve got to be like, “OH MY GOD, you are so CUTE, you’re the best cat EVER!!” and they will actually feel it and feel better about wearing the clothes. Compliment your cat, and they will definitely get better at wearing clothes.
My cats would never pose like this, I don’t care how much I would compliment them. I think the difference between this woman’s cats and mine is that she’s willing to share her medications with her cats and I’m not.
“Oshiya, or “pusher”, is an informal Japanese term for a worker who stands on the platform of a railway station during the morning and evening rush hours, and pushes people onto the train. This video is a good example of just how crowded it gets on Japanese trains.”
Man, this job would be so awesome. It’s like it was created just for me. Imagine being able to use a taser too, or better yet, a cattle prod. Oh, dare to dream. I have to go work on my resume now. Oh, and pack for a move to Japan I suppose.1 Comment