Daily Feline Prompt: Too soon for a feline

Can anything be funny, or are some things off limits?

The sphinx cat is moving

“Meow haha, Meow haha”

“Tabby are you laughing at that beautiful little sphinx feline.”

“We felines do not laugh, at least only behind our lifted paw.”

“It that why you are holding your paw in front of your whiskers.”

“Of course Mrs. Human, we do have manners. I have never heard a naked feline being called beautiful. What did you call it – a sphinx cat? My definition of a sphinx is something special, the symbol of Egypt, the old country where we were worshipped as Gods and not a scrawny white naked feline.”

“The sphinx is a nobel creature Tabby, chosen to guard the tombs of the pharaohs, and not a joke.”

“Mrs. Human, even the pharaohs got on their knees before us felines and when they passed onto to the eternal corn chambers, they took us felines with them. We were preserved to protect the after life. Tut ench amun would have been nothing without Tiddles his charismatic feline. The sphinx feline belonging to the neighbour is just a fluke of nature, so meow haha I say.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Too soon for a feline

7 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Too soon for a feline

    • The sphinx are one of those flukes of nature that were afterwards bred to form the race. They do not have fur like other cats, but very fine hairs that you can hardly see. They have to be bathed at least once a week as they have nothing to soak up their skin secretions and otherwise tend to smell. They should also be kept out of the sun as they can get a sun burn, although our neighbours cat would often be out in the sun, but probably found some shade somewhere. I find them fascinating cats.

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      • Oh yes they are fascinating, though I feel they have to put-up with more than most other cats. Thanks for sharing this information. Have a lovely day a great week ahead. Love and light ❤
        Anand 🙂

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