These days, it’s all we can do to not buy a cat. With the explosion of the furry felines over the internet, rarely a day passes in which we aren’t inundated with cute photos of a variety of moggies. And while many of us can rest smug in the ownership of our very own cat, there are even more of us who are simply left to pine for one. In today’s currency, cats are gold and not having one can feel like the worst thing in the world. Cat lovers without cats face these struggles everyday and if you’re lucky enough to own a feline, you will take a moment to pity their fate.
When you don’t own your own property, the prospects of owning a pet reduce massively. For many cat lovers out there, the restrictions of their homes means that they are forbidden every day from bringing a little ball of fluff home. Let’s take a minute to mourn their fate.
Everywhere, all over the world, you can find lonely cat lovers wandering the streets in a vain attempt to stumble across a kitty. While most attempts end in failure, there are moments of glory which, when they come about, feel like the best things in the world.
There is nothing more painful than wanting a cat, and having the money to own a cat, but not being responsible enough to own a cat. If you can barely take care of yourself, being granted the care of another living creature can be a huge responsibility and for many people, it’s just not an option. Live in hope.
You can try all you like, but if you’re living with someone who’s allergic to fur, there’s no way that your kitty dreams will be realized. A large part of you hates your roommate and until you get a cat, you don’t think that it will change.