Online shopping is a great, hassle-free way to do things.
No lines, no crowds, no human interaction. So basically it's almost perfect.
The only problem is that you can't always guarantee what you're getting. There's always that small chance that your purchase will be less than satisfactory.
Of course, there's also always the chance that you don't read the description properly and end up like this girl.
Reddit user cewallace9 decided to order a nice cat tree for her lovely pet. When she saw that it was less than $20 it was basically a no-brainer.
What she failed to see, however, were the words "doll houses" and "miniature." And the words aren't small.
So imagine her surprise when this cat tree arrived and it was MAYBE 1/25 of the size of her cat.
Yikes. That cat does NOT look impressed.
"Note to self," she wrote, "...check the dimensions of EVERYTHING before ordering online."
Maybe she can find a way to repurpose the cat tree...a tree for ants, perhaps?