Cats have been known to take over of entire households. But, lately we've noticed cats are moving to a more centralized location...the bathroom sink.
"Sink is MINE now."
"Would you like something?"
You, my friend, might need to move a size up.
He can watch you, even when his head is buried in this sink.
Will you ever learn to take turns?
"Sorry, did you need to brush your teeth?"
So...why did I buy you that cat bed?
"Late to work, you said? Me? I've got a nice day planned right here."
One day I'm going to be too tired to notice you're in there. I don't think you'll appreciate the outcome.
Is there a sink under there?
"Put your finger near my paw like that <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sistine_Chapel_ceiling" target="_blank">painting</a>!"
"Maybe if I plug it with my head it will stop?"
Sink cuddles for days.
"Tummy rub, please!"
"You're looking at me like you think I'll move."
"Still not moving."
"Do I make you uncomfortable?"
"IT'S PERFECT because when I'm thirsty, there's a water fountain RIGHT. THERE."
Your eyes are like two pools of the water...and I desperately need to wash my face.
Cat in sink...or a bowl of marshmallow fluff?
Yeah, I get it, you're adorable. Please move.
Two peas in a...sink...
How many cats can one fit in a sink...?
This mom was just looking for a FEW minutes away from the kids.
Hello, I'd like to report a clogged sink. Yes, it's that black ball of fluff again.
So majestic. So regal.
Cotton balls or a cat?
This sink cannot contain the fluffiness of your tail.
Round cat in square sink = angry cat.
"HA HA GOT HERE FIRST."
You'll get your turn, little guy. Someday. Maybe?