Why we make the bed.

This is why we make the bed.

We make the bed because when we don’t make the bed, the cats, who would normally lie on the bed and leave their tufts of fur there, leave their tufts of fur on the sheets and pillowcases. If they are left on the pillowcases, then the Mites of Cataria, who live in the fur of the cats, will wait for their homes to return and when we lie down at night they become confused and crawl up into our noses to live. It is dark in there, and they will be sad.

However, if we make the bed in the morning then the cats lie on the top of the blankets and since we do not lie on the blankets, normally, but under them, then the Mites of Cataria will wait for their homes to return and when the cats return then they will reunite with their home colonies.

The Catarian Mites are known for their lovely colored clothes. They are expert dyers and they dye their clothes, then use their excess dyes (which, you know, will go bad if left to sit) on the cats, which is why Hershey is his lovely deep brown black color and Kahlua her cream, grey and brown. When the Catarian Mites grow old they get tired and do not dye so much, so there is not so much extra dye. The cats then have hairs that are left white or gray.

We do not want the Mites of Cataria, friendly and industrious little people as they are, to crawl up our noses and be sad.

This is why we make the bed.

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