Daily Feline Prompt: Play Meowicographer

Create a new word and explain its meaning and etymology.

Fluffy

“Fluffy what are you doing behind those books?”

“Tabby I am searching for a new word in Meow. That is today’s feline daily prompt.”

“Those prompts cannot always be transferred into meow.”

“What do you mean Tabby?”

“Simple, since when do we have words like those humans. We are superior, we are gods and do not need such inferior things as words. We have sounds, mostly only detectable by the feline ear and sounds cannot be conveyed in words.”

“Are you sure Tabby? What about “Hisss” or “Grrrr””

“But you have to find a new one.”

“I know “criiiiitch””

“Great and what does that mean.”

“Perhaps it is when I eat tuna fish.”

“No, that doesn’t work. We do not make noises when we are eating.”

“We could”

“No Fluffy, you are munching and not multi tasking. What about “Eeeeee”?”

“Aw Tabby, that made my ears hurt. I know “Wuff, Wuff”.”

“Uh uh, it’s been done, the dog took it a long while ago.”

“Sounds stupid in any case, but only a subordinate canine with its obedience tick could come up with something like that.”

“I know Fluffy, “No”.”

“But that is not new, the humans are always telling us no.”

“We have to practice Fluffy, but we can do it. Think about it. It would be new in Meow, Imagine the look on those human faces when they tell us we are going to see uncle doc, the vet and we meow “No”.”

“I think I can do it, listen Tabby “Nnnnooo”.”

“Yes Fluffy sounds good. I can already hear Mrs. Human running to see what’s wrong. That is always good when she reacts.”

“What’s wrong felines?”

“Oh, nothing Mrs. Human, just practicing a new word – in Meow of course.”

Feline Daily Prompt: Play Meowicographer

9 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Play Meowicographer

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  2. My cat Gilbert has many different sounds he used to get me to follow his commands. There are different meows for “play with me,” “I’m hungry”, “I”m bored”, “I’m lonely”. “I’ve left you a present in the litter tray”, and “Can we go outside now pleeeease?”

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  3. I am NOT subordinate! It is my PLEASURE to do as I’ve been trained. I ENJOY it and it is MY CHOICE. Yrs, Dusty T. Dog (Calm down, Dusty. They’re cats. They’re NOT going to believe you.)

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  4. Love the photo! Cats can always find the silliest places to be. Please do not ever let cats learn the word ‘no’. Their look of disdain is enough!

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