Chumley just went completely bonkers on me. I'm in the bedroom, putting crap away, cleaning etc. and he jumps from the bed through the air to bite my shoulder. I tell him NO that is NOT NICE so then he launches his body at my legs and bites my thigh, snagging threads in my running pants. I yell for Wrigs who chases him out of the room. Not even 2 minutes later Chum comes waltzing back in BELLOWS then slaps my calf about 7 times. I'm just standing there watching him do this then Wrigs jumps off the bed and chases him out of the room once again. Another few minutes, he's back- this time, he jumps up on the window ledge, knocks over my blue tooth and i-touch. They fall to the ground (thankfully it's carpeted) Chum watches them fall, then jumps down and swats the blue tooth in the air. Wrigs runs to grab for it so I chase him and yank his collar before he chomps it to bits or worse, swallows it whole and I start yelling at them both to STOP THE MADNESS!!! So what does Chum do next??? He jumps up on the TV table and starts hitting the television. I have not seen him to do this in quite some time. I ask him? WHAT THE HELL IS YOUR PROBLEM??? He stops his hitting, and starts this annoying crotchety, meow fit. I call him the Town Crier when he meows like this. It's soooo irritating (even coming from a cat) and when Tom hears him do it he'll say Shut UP!! which sounds cruel to talk to your animal that way but if you heard this day in and day out it would make you crazy too. So anyway I continue to tidy up, trying to block out his obnoxious meow/cries and go back to the pile of clothes sitting on the chair and realize... Chum's bed is buried underneath my ski clothes! Poor guy was cold and wanted his heated bed. I move the clothes off his bed and put them on our bed and Chum casually jumps off the TV table and hops into bed. I'm a bad mom but when he needs/wants something why must he be so vicious in his approach!?
Also both Chum and Wrigs have been standing in the kitchen meowing and pacing since 4:15. Apparently animals do not understand the concept of Daylight Savings Time. Demanding little beasts.