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Last semester, I made an impulse purchase. I was feeling the stress of finals week and from the whole semester in general, so I decided to look at cats at my local shelter. I was unsure about adopting one because I was in the middle of finals week, and I thought just a few minutes of furry innocence would cheer me up. However, I’d been thinking about and researching what it would be like to own a cat for months at that point.

When I walked in, I saw the most adorable kitten with multicolored, striped fur and the longest tail. There was no doubt in my mind that this was what love at first sight felt like. On a slight impulse (only slight — it was backed by months of research), I adopted her. A month ago, I never thought I’d feel so fulfilled at such a young age. Read on to see what your “new normal” could look like if you choose to adopt a kitten as well.

1. Your kitten will scratch you … everywhere

With the amount of blood I’ve lost from scratches, I could probably donate it. Sometimes, I wake up with scratches that my cat probably inflicted while I was sleeping. I’m only being dramatic, but still, I hope you don’t faint at the sight of blood, because you’re going to see a lot of it if you adopt a kitten. To avoid the more painful scratches, make sure to clip your cat’s nails often!