There is a type of tiny quilt that is commonly called a “mug rug”. Except, in my house apparently it would be more appropriately called a “cat mat”.
I have decided that Parsnips follows a definite set of rules when deciding whether to sit on something:
|Truth condition||Probability of cat sitting on|
|Thing looks marginally more comfortable than surrounding things||90%|
|Thing contains words which human is trying to read||95%|
|Thing has a surface which shed fur will adhere to particularly well||100%|
|Thing has a surface which shed fur will adhere to particularly well, and it’s moulting season||105%|
|Sitting on Thing will cause human to inhale or ingest cat dander, and have allergic reaction||110%|
- Where more than one truth condition entails, probabilities are cumulative
- Some mathematicians may tell you that it is impossible to have a probability over 100%. Parsnips has never let this stop her.