Once upon a time, there was a little (well, maybe not so little) gray kitty named Lily. When she wasn't busy trying new foods, she was always on the lookout for new napping spots. She had a special fondness for boxes and plastic tubs.
One day, she was helping her mommy do some krapbuking (refer to last week's story here) when she discovered three new containers! Which one would be the most suitable for napping? And most importantly, which one would accommodate her rather wide back side?
The first container was a pretty brown box lid from Starbucks. (Yum! Lily pondered the treats which must have once been inside the box.) The lid was plenty spacious for Lily's back end, but the low sides caused a little bit of overhang which wasn't terribly comfortable or all that attractive. This container was TOO BIG.
Next, Lily tested a much taller, white plastic container, left over from Mommy's (failed) closet organization project. Lily felt nice and secure inside the high walls, but she soon realized that she would have to nap sitting up. This container was just TOO SMALL.
Finally, Lily tested a clear plastic container. The sides were just the right height for striking a casual, yet elegant, pose. The shape of the container fit her girlish figure purr-fectly.