Cleaning with Mommy
I love to help Mommy with chores in the house, and one of my favorite things to do is
cleaning. I like it when Mommy is busy. It keeps me active. I like it when my servants clean
my house for me, I try to help in the best way possible, and it is lots of fun!
I like it when mommy cleans the kitchen and packs the cabinets straight! I always help by
trying to open doors and getting into the cabinet to show her where to put things. She can also
leave it empty for me to play in every day. I won't mind if she does!
I like packaging away clothes as well. While Mommy folds the clothes, I play on the pile and
shed my hair all over it. This way, my humans can be reminded of me wherever they go! I
also get into the cupboard when it is empty and play, chase my tail, or sleep in there.
Mommy wipes the objects down with a wet cloth. While she is busy, I try to get into as many
objects as possible for her to clean. This way, I can entertain her the whole day! It is fun to
try and fit into all of the objects. I like to hide in it to scare my humans.
Some things I don't like to help with, like drowning the dishes or objects in soapy water. I
always sit on the counter and watch how mommy drowns them, but I will never help. As you
already know, I don't like getting wet! Mommy's paws always get wet.
Oh! and I don't help mommy suck up dirt and hair. I don't like it when that big, sucking
monster screams in my ears. It's scary and noisy! Whenever mommy brings out the monster, I
run away and hide outside where it can't find me. It never goes outdoors.
It is fun to clean! Afterward, Mommy and I get snacks and watch the movement on the big
black box to relax. As soon as it gets dark, I know Daddy will be home soon. He is always so
proud of me for cleaning. A clean house is just the best!
I'm going to go help pack the cupboards meow.
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