Top 10 Best Images of Cats Getting Married

It is often said that a cat can be a very loving pet to have, but a stereotypical cat is often seen as a highly aloof animal that isn’t particularly interested in any human contact. But I have to wonder what happens in a relationship between 2 cats! Do they love each other like us humans love each other? And if cats could get married would they? Well, it seems not only can they get married, but they also dress up for the occasion…

Top 10 Best Images of Cats Getting Married

BONUS CONTENT: Top 10 Cat/Human Relationship Facts

Cats Getting Married
Cats Getting Married

10 – Marriage is like a snowball, once you get it rolling downhill not a lot is going to stop it

Cat/Human Fact: Relationships between cats and their owners mirror human bonds, even more so when the owner is a woman! But us men do get some love from a cat.

Cats Getting Married
Cats Getting Married

9 – Marriage is like an amusement park ride. Some are coasters, some are ghost trains.

Cat/Human Fact: Cats hold some control over when they are fed and handled, functioning very similar to human children in some households.

Cats Getting Married
Cats Getting Married

8 – Marriage is like an over cooked meat, it can be tough until you get past the hard parts.

Cat/Human Fact: While the age, sex and personality of the owner affect the type of relationships people have with their cats, the sex of the cat doesn’t seem to matter.

Cats Getting Married
Cats Getting Married

7 – Marriage is like a fire when that first flame dies down, you can let it fall or tend to it.

Cat/Human Fact: Cats attach to humans, and particularly women, as social partners, and it’s not just for the sake of obtaining food many cats see women as a better leader as well.

Cats Getting Married
Cats Getting Married

6 – Marriage is like a maze, lots of twists, turns, rights and lefts and straight ahead.

Cat/Human Fact: Results of the dynamics underlying cat-human relationships are nearly identical to human-only bonds, with cats sometimes even becoming a furry “child” in nurturing homes and indeed owners often call them “babies”.

Cats Getting Married
Cats Getting Married

5 – Marriage is like taking a bath. After awhile, it’s not so hot and you might need to get out.

Cat/Human Fact: While cats have plenty of male admirers and vice versa, a study reveals that women tend to interact with their cats more than men.

Cats Getting Married
Cats Getting Married

4 – Marriage is like a yo-yo, but as long as the string doesn’t snap, it’ll be okay!

Cat/Human Fact: Most likely as a result of the cat’s inherent maternal/sexual nature, many people find it much easier to relate to cats as furry little humanoids, usually as somewhat mentally impaired babies.

Cats Getting Married
Cats Getting Married

3 – Marriage is like a sleepover with your best friend that never ends.

Cat/Human Fact: Do you think that crazy cat people, constantly talking to their cats are raving mad? Well, think again because studies have shown these people to be not only sane, but also highly intelligent!

Cats Getting Married
Cats Getting Married

2 – Marriage is like twirling a baton or eating with chopsticks. It looks easy until you try it.”

Cat/Human Fact: Communication between humans and cats is far from straightforward and rarely specific, but in a study done from 500 cat owners over 91% of them judged their cats movements and “meows” to the exact needs/wants of the animal!

Cats Getting Married
Cats Getting Married

1 –  Marriage is like a bank account. You put it in, you gain interest, you take it out, you lose.

Cat/Human Fact: No matter what the sex or age of a person a study showed that people who are said to have “second sight” or “mediumship talents” have a much better relationship with their cats!

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  5. Sorry I’m late for Caterday, it was an extraordinarily hectic weekend here on the farm.

    I love couples #8 & #9, The bride is especially serene in #9, especially considering the look on the grooms face, but I love their costumes. Both the bride and groom in #8 seem very ‘wedding
    oriented’. Both of their costumes are wonderful. I also enjoyed your comments on the photos and the bridal history lesson.

  6. Well, I got so caught up in reading your marriage quotes and cat facts, I had to go back and check out the pictures. Another winner! I’m always amazed at how docile some animals are about being dressed up. I do believe my cats would be more inclined to shred whatever is put on them thinking they’re being attacked! And, yet, they’re so loving with me. Go figure!

  7. There is, as each book goes through 10 edits:
    1. I read each day what Michael’s written that day and we discuss anything to change, lose and keep.
    2. Once the whole book is written, I have to get it onto the PC as Michael types everything using a typewriter. I scan each A4 page and use PC software to convert it into text on a Word document. I then cross reference what is on the typed page versus the Word document as sometimes the software misreads the text which has led to hilarious mistakes in the past! Missed words are filled in and it’s another chance for me to review what has been written so far.
    3. Michael then does a ‘hard edit’ on the PC and makes changes where necessary. The word count usually increases at this stage.
    4. We then do a ‘read aloud edit’ where Michael reads the entire book to me, Jackanory style, and we discuss and make any changes necessary.
    5. Michael then does another ‘hard edit’ because sometimes things have been niggling him and he gets to change them.
    6. We then do another ‘read aloud edit’ where I read the whole book to Michael and we discuss and make any changes necessary.
    7. Michael then does another ‘hard edit’ just to check that he’s happy. It doesn’t matter how many times you read it, you change something every time!
    8. We then do a (hopefully!) final ‘read aloud edit’ where Michael reads the entire book to me again, and we discuss and make any changes necessary.
    9. If another ‘hard edit’ isn’t required, I then do a ‘pagination edit’ to make it ready for the printers. If a fourth ‘hard edit’ is required, then a fourth ‘read aloud’ will be required.
    10(ish!). Once it’s print ready and before it goes to the printers, we do a final final check through, to make sure that we’ve caught any loose ends that we might have missed, any inconsistencies… You can never catch them all as nobody’s perfect, but you try to catch them all. I then double check the print ready version and it’s off to the printers it goes!

    Because I am so heavily involved in the editing, I do get to see the books before everybody else, but I never really get to ‘read’ them like everyone else. I really don’t mind though, as I am so proud of him 🙂

    I’m glad that you asked me as Michael is now going to create a blog post on his blog that explains his writing process as he has been asked about it before but never thought to blog about it before 🙂

  8. I don’t know about that, I edit them so there’s a lot of work involved for me! His books certainly are cool, and I am so proud of him. He finished writing his sci-fi book yesterday so the round of editing starts again, but I wouldn’t have it any other way 🙂

  9. Thank you, I will say this that on the cat owners defence many of these cats are very well looked after! For a few silly moments of dressing them up, they get a lot of pampering.

  10. Those poor cats :/ I have to say, however, that I got a bigger kick out of your “Marriage Is” quips. Some of them had be bursting out loud with laughter. That is why I keep coming back to your blog….you make me laugh.

  11. I agree with #3 “Marriage is like a sleep over with your best friend that never ends”, that’s me and Michael. I know it sounds slushy, but I always thought that that’s what being married to your best friend would be like, and luckily, for me, it is 🙂

  12. The informational tid-bits are great Russell. As a cat- person I am deeply disturbed by the real dressed up cats – the misery must have been profound for them! The painted ones are fun though – no cats suffered in the making of them I assume ….. My cat has a very large vocabulary and he keeps adding to it, which keeps me on my toes as I try to interpret his message. Interestingly, when it translates as something quite wordy the actual vocalisation can be very short. For instance: ‘I’m sorry to wake you up at 2 a.m. but I wish to go outside right now as the moon is very bright’ is a 1 second long guttural ‘Arr-rr’. This occurs regularly every full moon! Just sharing 🙂

  13. I have to say #2 seems to be the only pair who look as if they maybe enjoying it – though they don’t look quite real. I will say, they made me smile and I enjoyed all of them. I found your bits of info very interesting – as a woman, I have always enjoyed spending time with cats whereas my husband seems not to have the patience to let the cat lie down and sleep on him.

Which one did you like?