Well, I can't guarantee that I can translate YOUR pet's strange behavior, but just for fun, I'm giving you a chance to take a look inside the minds of the cast of Catgirl Roommate, including the titular human feline.
You can ask them questions, or direct comments to them through the comments feature on this blog, and I'll share their answers in next week's blog post.
Probably your most entertaining option. Just don't ask her "when" questions, because unless the answer is "right now", she doesn't understand or care.
Suggested topics: Her opinion on humans in general and Sam in particular, the neighbors' Chihuahua, the neighbors' hamster (RIP), Mr. Michi, Jack, toys with machines inside them, doors, food.
Sam Owen, the put-upon straight-arrow college student.
He'll do his best to answer your questions politely, but the subject of Nyla may induce sarcasm.
Suggested topics: Horror stories about Nyla, horror stories about Anton, non-horror stories about Jack, his backstory, his funniest moments as a catgirl-sitter.
Jack, the policeman who's all too familiar with Nyla's shenanigans.
He's a seasoned member not only of the police force, but also of the We Survived Nyla club. His laid-back attitude and hard-earned wisdom make him a valuable source of advice, but the right questions will bring his twisted sense of humor to the fore.
Suggested topics: Horror stories about Nyla, weird speculations about Nyla's origin, horror/humor stories about his life on the force, advice about how to deal with Anton.
Anton, the ill-mannered, homophobic bull in a china shop.
I can't honestly recommend him, but if you insist...
Suggested topics: Horror stories about himself, horror stories about Nyla (not that he'll admit to them, but you'll get to imagine him looking embarrassed), his history with Sam.
Mr. Michi, the landlord and catgirl caretaker.
A zoologist and world traveler with a keen eye for business, Mr. Michi strives to strike a balance between ensuring that Nyla is cared for, and running the business that enables him to afford dealing with her shenanigans.
Suggested topics: His history with Nyla, his past tenants/cat-sitters, his world travels. Just don't ask him where Nyla comes from; he doesn't know.
Anna Owen, Sam's mother.
She prides herself on her successful business, her gorgeous food presentation, and on having raised such a meticulous, responsible young protagonist. She's worked hard to keep her son on the straight and narrow, and despite her natural trepidation, she's doing her best to step back and let him make his own decisions. Even if those decisions involve naked catgirls.
Suggested topics: Embarrassing childhood stories about Sam, Sam's horror stories about Nyla, her own horror stories about Anton, her reaction to the existence of a catgirl.