Alas for the cats, I had just finished giving them their regular does of Advantage flea control. Katniss and Jubilee were fine with it, but Chaya and Inky absolutely hate Advantage and were very angry with me and Monster for forcing it on them. Then Monster went and brought in a strange human with new furniture and they had to keep shooing curious kitties away from the door while they were bringing stuff in. Again, Katniss and Jubilee were mostly okay (although Katniss got grabbed by her tail to prevent her from escaping out the front door), but Inky and Chaya were upset by the strange goings-on, especially since Monster and I had been moving things around in order to clear a path to have the stuff brought in and stored in the spare bedroom.
Unfortunately, even though it is a lovely dresser, I have nowhere to put the dresser. It's a wide dresser instead of a straight up-and-down dresser like the ones I currently use. There is nowhere to put the dresser in my bedroom. If I put it along one wall, it blocks access to my closet. Another wall, it blocks access to the ensuite bathroom. Another wall, it blocks access to my office. My original plan was to sell it along with the headboard that came with the set (too big for my bed), but Monster wants me to keep it because it's better than the dressers I have currently. I don't want to sell it that badly, but it's either sell it or leave it in the spare bedroom and then have to go to the other end of the house to get my clothes. Monster says the dresser can be for guests who stay in my spare room. It's rather big for that, and I am not sure I have room for guests in my spare room because the spare room has become junk storage since my house is one of the few in the trailer park that doesn't have a shed.
Monster said, "At least keep the stuff for a while before you decide what to do with all of it." I'm fine with that, as there may be other stuff I will eventually post on Craigslist and/or Used Victoria, like my old TV and my old dishwasher. I advised the soon-to-be new neighbours to do the same with the furniture they want to sell, but they stuck a leather armchair in the driveway with a sign on it that said, "Leather couch and chair, $200 or best offer," and then somebody stole the chair while the neighbours were painting inside the house.