Sharon and I are on day three of our shelter at home order and the cats have begun to get suspicious. I would bet my hard earned money when we're not home that the majority of their day consists of taking the best naps that anyone has ever known. But now their day consists of staring at us all the time wondering why we would dare interrupt the routines that they hold dear. I think they enjoy it somewhat, especially as a few of them are all about getting our attention, but the others just seems confused as to what to do. Are they feeling some obligation to entertain us? Are they worried that we have lost our jobs and thus the ability to feed them? Now I'm starting to think their licks of endearment are their attempts to determine which parts of us to eat first.
There are lots of things to do while in isolation that sound way more fun than being devoured by five confused felines. How about doing some shopping? Jeff Lamm and Clutter Magazine have now introduced a killer collaboration by the name of Kaaarg, who you may recognize from the inaugural Five Points Festival poster. This sofubi chunky boi stands eight inches tall, features five points of articulation, and even has an exposed brain that you can poke and peod as you see fit. Limited to only 30 pieces in this debut glow in the dark edition, you can snag one for yourself by visiting shop.cluttermagazine.com.