Dealing With Kittens Can Be A Pain. Here’s How to Cope!
You know what kittens are? They’re cute little creatures who have a propensity for pooping everywhere, biting your ankles, and taking over the house.
All of which is to say that kittens can be really annoying. But we still love them.
It’s weird how they manage to be so cute while also being so annoying, isn’t it? Like, they’re so small and fluffy and cuddly looking… but then they do something that makes you want to throw them across the room (and then pick them up again).
I think it has something to do with the fact that kittens are just starting out in life—they don’t know any better yet. They’re like babies who don’t understand why it’s not okay for them to eat cat food out of the trash can or drink from the toilet bowl just because they want something cool from there too badly not to try it out at least once!
It’s not their fault though—we’ve all been there before (at least those of us who have been alive long enough). And if you’ve ever had a kitten around your house (or even if you haven’t), then this blog post is definitely going to make you smile today because reading about how annoying kittens can be a relief. Comfort in collectinve suffering. Y’know?
We all love kittens, but they can be loud
We all love kittens, but they can be loud.
[Kittens are] small, furry, and adorable. They are also the very definition of loud. Kittens meow in a way that makes your heart melt and your stomach churn at the same time. They’re like tiny little machines that only know how to make noise. The good news is that there’s a way to help them!
There are many different kinds of kittens out there: some are angry, some are shy, and some are curious. All of them are loud though! If you’ve got a kitten at home who can’t seem to keep their mouth shut, try these tips:
1) Try not feeding them after 9 PM. This will help them sleep through the night without waking up at 4 AM screaming at the top of their lungs because they’re hungry again (which will happen if they don’t eat before bed).
2) Get them some toys so they have something else to do besides meow at nothing in particular until it gets annoying enough for everyone else in the house to start yelling at each other about who’s responsible for taking care of this problem (this is when things get ugly).
3) Give them lots of cuddles–they’ll be less likely to drive you nuts.
CBD can keep you chill around kittens
If you’re a cat lover, you’ve probably heard of CBD. It’s a compound that’s found in hemp, and it’s believed to help with anxiety and depression. But did you know that CBD is also great for keeping your cool around kittens?
A recent study found that CBD can help reduce stress levels in people who spend time around kittens, which means that if you’re into cats, you might want to start taking some CBD yourself.
The findings are based on a small study involving 60 volunteers who were asked to spend time with one or two kittens. The researchers measured the participants’ cortisol levels—a hormone that’s released when we’re stressed out—and found that those who took CBD had significantly lower cortisol levels than those who didn’t take any drug at all.
This could be because CBD affects how receptors in our brains respond to serotonin and dopamine—two neurotransmitters associated with happiness and relaxation. It could also be because CBD interacts with another molecule called adenosine in our bodies, which is known for its calming effects on the central nervous system (CNS). Or maybe it’s both! We’re not saying that cats are magical creatures whose mere presence can magically calm people down, but CBD can help when they’re annoying.
THC edibles are a great way to keep your chill around kittens
If you’re anything like me, you’re always looking to find new ways to get your chill on.
I’m not talking about the kind of chill that makes you want to sit around and eat ice cream all day—I’m talking about that magical moment when you’re just so relaxed and happy that nothing else matters.
And I know what you’re thinking: “Hey, Bill, how can I get that feeling around kittens?”
Well, lucky for you, there’s an easy way! Just pick up some THC gummies and let the good times roll.
If you’ve never tried gummy bears before, it can be a little overwhelming at first. But once you realize how fun they are, you’ll want to buy them again and again!
You don’t have to worry about getting high from these gummies—they contain THC (the part of cannabis that gets people high) but they also contain sugar so they won’t make you feel out of control or paranoid like other forms of cannabis might do if consumed without any sort of food in your stomach first.”