9 Cat New Year’s Resolutions to Steal from Cat Bloggers

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Cats are pretty perfect just as they are, or at least, they always seem to think so. But even cats can come up with a New Year’s Resolution or two. We asked these kitties what they’ll be working on in 2014.

Maxwell: A Trio of Tasks

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Maxwell Anderson Turnbull’s New Year’s resolutions are to not steal the dog bed anymore, to learn how the humans turn the lights off so he can nap more comfortably, and to secure his own permanent spot at the dinner table with the humans…

From Thoughts Fur Paws — all about animal causes, welfare, charity, and more!

Inca: Taking a Stand

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Inca resolves to be more outgoing and assertive. Inca hides when company comes to the house but is determined to learn to take a treat from friendly strangers. She also resolves not to let the other cats get all the best window perches and cat beds in the house!

From CatTipper, featuring cat tips, product reviews for cats and cat lovers, cat news, celebrity cats, and more.

Annie and Eddie: Prove Cats are as Trainable as Dogs (‘Cause Cats are Smarter)

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Annie’s resolution is to try to master a few agility skills. She thinks if she can channel a lot of  her energy into learning a new skill it will be good for both her and her parents. She might even try to wear a harness in the new year!

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Eddie’s resolution is to do his best to not play with toys in the wee hours of the morning. He’ll start off sleeping at night but then can’t resist the urge to roll his toys across the hardwood floors. If Annie will wear a harness, then Eddie might try it too. (He relies on his sister to check things out first.)

From The Tiniest Tiger, a blog for caring about cats, big and small.

Haddie, Petie, and Kip: Mastering Proper Etiquette

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Haddie will try to be less shy.

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Petie promises to learn how to use an umbrella properly.

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Kip will bathe more frequently!

From I Have Cat. Tamar began I Have Cat to chronicle her life as a 30-something NYC singleton looking for love despite the complication of owning cat(s). Guys came and went but the cat(s) remained and with them spurred new thinking about life, food, and even men of the two-legged variety.

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