How to Tell If Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You


I FREAKING HATE CATS! I have the power to say that because I have cats at homeIt’s kind of a love-hate relationship when it comes to them.

I love them so much but still, they suck.
I’m so sick of them. Whenever my cat brings dead animals inside my home, I feel like my brain is about to explode.

Not only is it disgusting to have dead animals all over my house, but when I go to throw away the dead thing in the garbage, my cat just stands there watching me in accusatory glare dispose of their prize.


After all this freaking time and everything that my cat has done, even when someday my evil cat dies, I’ll probably adopt more.

Just because I can’t live without a fluffy creature that purrs in my house.

It’s like a primary need for me.

That being said, cat lovers including myself are incorrigible.

Sometimes, I’m not really paying attention to my cat. Or worse, I’m being a clueless owner. Occasionally, I justify their actions even though I know they are wrong or are misbehaving.

If cats could talk and act like humans, they would probably plot a murder scene whenever you weren’t paying attention to them.

Luckily, they can’t, so perhaps you will still make it out alive every morning.

However, you have to understand the situation when your cats start showing signs that they are going to attempt a murder.

Now, you may be wondering, what are the signs that my cat is going to commit murder?


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