Daily Feline Prompt: Green-eyed Feline

We all get jealous from time to time — what wakes the green-eyed monster for you?

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“That was so comfortable Tabby on that chair next to Mrs. Human.”

“Not my sort of thing Fluffy, I prefer to be for myself. I do not share things.”

“But you are not jealous Tabby?”

“Me, jealous. I don’t have a jealous whisker on my body. I just take what I want.”

“Do you think that is a feline thing. I have never been jealous either. What is jealousy Tabby. Do you have to have green eyes to be jealous.”

“No, Fluffy, it is just a way of speaking. I have a shade of green in my eyes, but it is not a problem. What’s mine is mine and if I see something I want, I just wait patiently until I see a chance to take it.”

“You mean like when the humans are eating and the scent of tasty meat reaches our noses.”

“Yes, of course Fluffy. We just sit and wait. They get a guilty consicence and throw us a few bits and pieces.”

“But isn’t that begging.”

“Begging! Never, it’s called a guilty conscience for the humans and that is the way it should be. We felines are never jealous, we just have the trick of gentle persuasion.”

“Aha, thanks Tabby for explaining that. How comes you still have tuna fish in your dish. I want some as well.”

“Forget it Fluffy, we felines do not know jealousy.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Green-eyed Feline

7 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Green-eyed Feline

  1. Dear Tabby and Fluffy, I’m afraid jealousy is a big problem between dogs. When my adopted brother, Cody O’Dog, lived with us every once in a while he would get jealous of our human loving me, too and he would attack me. We never hurt each other badly (male dogs aren’t usually out for blood, just dominance) but finally our human kept us apart. I know she liked him better than she liked me, but that was OK with me because I knew she loved me or she would not have kept him away from me. Cody O’Dog was just a different kind of dog. He was a husky and had been an intact male for most of his life, so he’d had experiences I never have had. He was very protective of our human and I liked him for that. Sometimes the female dogs get jealous of each other. Then you have to watch out. I’m glad you cats don’t suffer from this. Yours forever, Dusty T. Dog

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    • When Nera was still with us (before she went to the eternal corn chambers) she was the chief. No discussion, what she meowed, wanted or ordered was done. She was the respect person. Nera was eating, the others waited until she was finished. She was the queen of everything, what Nera wanted, Nera got and the others just had to wait and be patient.

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