Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Mouth Drop

In exactly 100 meows creatively describe one moment when your mouth dropped open, chin hit the ground, and tears rolled down your face (figuratively or not). If you prefer to develop this into a longer post, that’s fine to

Tabby having a sniff in the garden

“My mouth often drops open Tabby, when I yawn.”

“Of course, mine too. On the average we yawn to stimulate our oxygen flow.”

“Our what.”

“Our oxygen flow. It must be true, it is in my pawpad in the Felipedia section. It says that we felines need to yawn to keep us fresh and ready to go.”

“But I never had tears Tabby.”

“Of course you did. You cannot meow me that you shed no tears when the vet put his thermometer in a sensitive place.”

“Oh yes, but I have tears when I hear the word vet and Mrs. Human brings that cage into our home from the cellar.”

“Same here Fluffy, but that is a natural protective instinct that we felines have. Just the word “vet” brings tears to my eyes.”

“Tabby I think we have used up our 100 meows for today’s prompt. Let’s do the rest in sleep, but first of all I have to tank up some oxygen – yaaaaawn.”

“Same here Fluffy – yaaaawn”.

Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Mouth Drop

6 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Mouth Drop

  1. Dear Tabby and Fluffy, My little sister yawns. It’s frightening as she has a large mouth, a very long tongue and big, white teeth. It brings tears to my eyes. Yours forever, Dusty T. Dog

    Dear Tabby and Fluffy, My brother Dusty yawns and it’s funny because he has big brown teeth, a long tongue and a big mouth. Sometimes I think of putting a grasshopper in there when he’s not looking. I like chasing grasshoppers. Yours forever, Polar O’Bear T. Dog

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    • Meow Dusty and Polar O’Bear T. Dog
      How nice to hear from both of you. It seems to have problems with your future together life, but I am sure you will work it out eventually. I would say practice yawning together, it will help to work out the teary stuff. Grasshoppers are very tasty. We do not chase grasshoppers, that would be too simple. We felines prefer to practice the high jump, when the grasshopper jumps we jump as well and if we are really good we clap our front paws together hoping to trap a grasshopper. Unfortunately we are now both getting older in our years and the reflexes no longer work so well, but we never give up.
      Be kind to each other and bury a bone together. That will help with the community feeling.
      Fluffy and Tabby of the Swiss tribe.

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    • Meow Bonnie
      Actually the word “share” does not exist in meow, we were just humouring the dogs. We bury other things in the ground and believe me you would not want to dig them up. We promise we will never dig up a bone if we see one, but we might mark it just to show we found it.

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