Daily Feline Prompt: Happily Ever After

“And they lived happily ever after.” Think about this line for a few minutes. Are you living happily ever after? If not, what will it take for you to get there?

Nera showing her tummy

“Tabby are we living happily ever after?”

“Silly question Fluffy. How should I know, we are still here and not yet ever after.”

“But the prompt asks us all about it. Are the people that write the feline prompt living happily every after?”

“Fluffy, do not bother your little dreadlock covered furry head with such unimportant things. The people that write the feline prompt live in a different world to us. They are paid to ask silly questions.”

“Do they pay them with tuna fish?”

“Fluffy they get money, something that does not exist in meow.”

“Aha. Is Nera living happily every after?”

“Certainly she is No. 1 feline next to Bastet living her tenth life and does not have to work for her living. She has everything she needs.”

“Tuna fish as well?2

“I do not know Fluffy, but when she visits she tells us about the eternal corn chambers filled with mice for the taking.”

“Now that is what I would call happily ever after.”

“Exactly, and now it is time for a sleep I think. Mrs. Human.”

“Did you call Tabby?”

“Yes, can you just smooth my cushion a little, I would like to take a sleep.”

“Oh yes, and you can do the same for me Mrs. Human.”

“Of course Tabby and Fluffy. Is there anything else you need?”

“That will do for now Mrs. Human, but do not make too much noise with the hoover. It disturbs our sleep.”

“Of course not, I will not use it until you are awake again.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Happily ever after

11 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Happily Ever After

  1. I love the way we design our lives to accommodate our pets. I used to make my beds with the cats IN the bed. There’s be this moving lump underneath who would eventually burst out, looking rather proud of the achievement. Then I made the bed again.

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    • I know the moving lump which sometimes does not even move. It is called Tabby and you have to be careful not to sit on the lump. You can always tell if she has decided to sleep under the cover as there is an telltale sign where she climbs onto the bed when she lifts the cover.

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  2. Reblogged this on The Blogging Path and commented:
    Forgive this humble human, dear felines. I’m not paid to ask silly questions but may I ask, what are these “eternal corn chambers”? And if these corns are on sale forever, I’d like some for dinner tonight. Thank you.

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    • One of the founder civilisation, Egypt, had corn harvests but they had a problem. The mice would invade the chambers where they kept the corn and do their damage. The Egyptians discovered the value of the cats and so they used them to keep the mouse population down in the corn chambers. In this process Bastet arrived, organised the cats and became a goddess and was worshipped by the ancient Egyptians.. Thus my cats being on a superior level, do not go to the rainbow bridge and wait for me. After living their nine lives, they go to the etnernal corn chambers for their tenth where mice are in abundance. Of course, this is my version

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  3. Dear Tabby and Fluffy, You are really lucky. When my human gets out the vacuum cleaner she just says, “Move, Dusty. I’m going to clean.” No fluffing or smoothing of anything. I think I should emigrate. Yours forever and ever and ever, faithfully, Dusty T. Dog

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    • Dusty, it is all a matter of training. Fluffy and I are busy writing a book which will be available on caternet next year “How to train your human”. It is in meow, but if you know a bilingual dog in meow and wuff, perhaps you could get it translated.

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