Why Knitters Have Kittens
Published On: April 17, 2012

It may, at first, seem an unlikely pairing.  Kittens are not known for their restraint.  They have been found to have an unholy love for yarn, which doesn’t end well for either of the parties involved.  They are often convinced that laps are meant for them, not for pesky bits of knitting. But they do have some advantages.  If you come up the stairs and see this:

You can be pretty sure there’s some sort of flying critter somewhere up there.  Kittens are excellent moth detection systems.  Vigilant, diligent, and very very dedicated.  The moth has now been snuffed out and his tiny corpse ritually disposed of in an effort to ward off his brethren.  Barry and Levon are on the case and will let us know if we have a problem.

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