Umm... I TELL YOU BOUT MY KITTY.
Hep sleeps on my shoulder at night. And as far as I know, he sleeps there all through the night. He's a total lap-cat. He can be mean when you piss him off, but he always curls up on my shoulder at night.
The bad thing about a big soft kitty on your shoulder in the night is that it's not really conducive to getting up on time. And then, if Pharaoh decides to start cuddling, you might as well resign yourself to staying in bed another 30 minutes.
Pharaoh is not a lap cat, but he is a sweet kitty. He doesn't want to be held, but he wants to do that kneading thing and it hurts. That is why I have a large thick duvet-thing. To protect myself from sweet kitty claws. He talks more than Hep does. Sometimes at night both cats want me to sleep so they start yelling at me "MEOW! MEOW! MEOW! MEOW!"
I don't know why, they always have to fight before they sleep. Maybe they require me to be asleep before the fight can start. Pharaoh sniffs my face to make sure I'm asleep. If I don't open an eye, he gets cuddly. If I do open an eye, he walks around and kneads. Which is a little annoying, since he weighs about 13 pounds. They both do. So when they both get to walking on me and kneading, it gets a little painful, no matter how thick a duvet I have. Then, when they're sure I'm asleep, they go have a fight. Which, even if I was really asleep, would wake me up. Then I go "What are you doing?" and they come back and pretend like they were not fighting.
Hep likes Nacho Cheese Doritos, but he does not care for the Ranch flavor. Pharaoh does not care for human food at all. He's a little cat-elitist.
I'm sure I've told you how Hep sits like a guy. Pharaoh *never* sits like a guy. I think he would rather get wet than sit like a guy. He has a sense of decorum, whereas Hep probably eats over the sink in front of company. That is, if he wasn't so scared of company that he has to hide like a frightened rabbit.
Still, my kitties are teh awesome. Love the kitty!