Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Dear Blog,

A strange thing happened earlier this eve. I entered my bathroom just as my kitty cat was standing in front of his litter box, which is also located in the bathroom. Now, normally I give him his privacy, as he is a modest fellow (and I'm no peeper!) but... let's just say, "time was not on my side". So I shut the door and we both went about our business as planned. The toilet and litterbox are separated by the bathtub and shower curtain so at least we couldn't see eachother. At the time it was a strange but seemingly normal experience, like sharing a public restroom with other ladies. Separate but equal. And by that I mean separated by stalls but doing equally the same thing. The strange thing was that the timing was exactly the same. As I was flushing, he was scratching around and burying his treasure. After I had washed my hands we both turned and looked at each other at the same time, and (I assume) thinking the same thing, "Is this weird?" Then we went our separate ways. Thinking back on it, I couldn't help but wonder, is it that weird? I mean, how different is it than sharing a public bathroom with other humans? We were both strictly there for one reason, did what we had to do in privacy, and left the room to go back to what we were doing before. I can't help but wonder... is it ever possible for single gals in the city to co-habitate the john with their kitty? Or has society conditioned to believe that it's sick and wrong?

Till next time...
Peace, love and happydumps.