Daily Feline Prompt: Six of one whisker and half a dozen of the other whiskers

Write a six-meow story about what you think the future holds for you, and then expand on it in a post.


“Mrs. Human, do you need new glasses?”


“Because that is a dog, you know one of those 4-legs that bark, bow-wow, it is not a dainty feline creation that softly meows.”

“That dog has a name, Fozzy, and is a very polite dog. He belongs to a friend of mine that I happened to meet at the super market this morning.”

“And she takes that animal with her to the supermarket?”

“Why not. It is very well behaved, sits quietly and waits patiently for her human to pick her up. This was once a very lonely dog, roaming the streets of a town in Croatia, until it was found by some kind people and afterwards adopted by my friend in Switzerland. Now the dog has a future.”

“Now, that is the difference Mrs. Human, we felines do the adoption, but he looks quite happy.”

“Oh yes, he is now, but had to fend for himself for many months.”

“You mean finding your own food and not having put in a plate to eat at any time.”

“Yes Tabby, now eat your vitamin pellets and be glad for them.”

“In that case I will make an exception, but tomorrow I get tuna fish.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Six of one whisker and half a dozen of the other whiskers

8 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Six of one whisker and half a dozen of the other whiskers

  1. Dear Tabby, I was like Fozzy. Some animal control officers were alerted to my existence by the highway patrol and I was picked up on the side of the highway, a busy highway. I was scared and hurt. The animal control officer came to me and I was so terrified, I growled, bit at him then rolled over on my back and urinated at the sky. But I was just a puppy, so they thought I had a chance. After two months in the shelter, my human came. I called out to her. I knew I didn’t have much time. If she didn’t take me, what would happen? I love her more than anything. She feeds me every day, takes me for walks and pets me. She takes me on trips with her. I’m still always afraid I will lose her so I try to be very, very good. That’s what happens to dogs sometimes. We are not as self-sufficient as cats, I’m afraid. Yours forever and ever, Dusty T. Dog.

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    • Meow Dusty
      Seems you were in the right place at the right time for your human. I was never really alone as my sister Nera was always with me for 11 years and afterwards Fluffy. They have now both gone and now I am the King of the castle. Between you and me I have quit a pampered life and do not want for anything. That is our secret – I have to keep Mrs. Human on her feet to care for me, but my food bowl is always full (even if not always with my favourite food). That was certainly an adventure you had and as far as love is concerned, I am sure you love your human, and I am sure my human worships me (I mean I was, no am, a god).
      May the paws be with you – tabby

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