Daily Feline Prompt: Wicked Felines

Write about evil: how you understand it (or don’t), what you think it means, or a way it’s manifested, either in the world at large or in your life.

Tabby and the iPad

“Based on historical truths, we felines can write a book about the misunderstandings that occurred in the past. Many were the ancestors that met their end being burnt at the stake with their humans, accused of having an evil influence on human existence. We were even discriminated because of our colour. My late sister Nera could tell you tales of her long furred black ancestors with the yellow eyes. Admittedly Nera’s eyes did tend to turn red at full moon and Halloween, but that was probably a pigmentation deficiency. We felines were never evil, just misunderstood.”

“Tabby, are you holding one of your lectures.”

“Yes Mrs. Human, I am composing a thesis on the imaginary evil in felines. And now to something completely different.”

“Oh how sweet Tabby, you are playing with your pawpad. What game is that?”

“It is quite good. It is called kill the mouse. When you have squashed it in the mouse trap, the screen shows blood trickling down.”

“How macarbre, you mean all red.”

“It is not macabre Mrs. Human, it is a realistic game and blood is always red. Look when I pounce on the mouse and catch it my pawpad makes a noise like “bang” and the mouse screams. The grand finale is when the butterflies arrive. They flutter around and whistle like a bird and then I get to phase 2.”

“What is phase 2.”

“That is the advanced step. I have to kill five butterflies before they are eaten by the werewolf.”

“Err Tabby, where did you get that game.”

“I ordered it from a company in Transylvania, “Blood Games Unlimited”.

Daily Feline Prompt: Wicked Felines

11 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Wicked Felines

  1. Dear Tabby, Well, my human has started playing a game on her computer because it relaxes her. I guess she’s under some stress — but I think the game isn’t very gory but sometimes, she says, zombies attack her city. It makes no sense to me. I’d like a game with squirrels and gophers. I could really enjoy that. Yours always and always, Dusty T. Dog

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    • Meow Dusty
      Have a look in your bone apps (we felines have whisker apps) you might find something suitable like “Find the Bone” or “Jogging with Rin Tin Tin”. I believe there is a game “Invent tasty menus with squirrels and gophers”.
      Keep your claws in when searching otherwise you might scratch the screen
      Happy meows – Tabby

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        • Perhaps you should order one with stainless steel casing and saphire glass. It might cost a little more, but I am sure your human’s credit card will be OK to use. There is also a new app available “How to pee perfectly”. I can only recommend it to download.

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  2. nice article… even in the Philippines there is a popular belief that if you see a black cat you will be unlucky or will suffer bad luck… even as a kid I don’t believe that. We, ourselves are the one’s in charge of our life. We make our own choices be it either good or bad… There is no such thing as black cat can give you bad luck. that’s all. I must say don’t blame the cats…

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