Daily Feline Prompt: It builds Feline Character

Tell us about a favorite character from film, theater, or literature, with whom you’d like to have a heart-to-heart. What would you talk about?

tabby

“Where shall I begin Mrs. Human.”

“First of all you have to choose your favourite character, perhaps Garfield, Grumpy Cat or even Roschti.”

“Mrs. Human, let us get things straight. Garfield is for golden oldies, Grumpy Cat would cost too much for an interview and I do not talk to Roschti, and he does not talk to me. We just fight and paw our way through life.”

“Oh, then who is your favourite character?”

“That is quite obvious Mrs. Human, Me of course. I, me and myself are the best three friends I have. We go through thick and thin together and always share our tuna fish and catnip. We even drink from the same bowl and share the recycling tray.”

“But I think the idea is to have a talk to one of your favourite felines.”

“Exactly, I am my favourite feline. I am beautiful, I never have a disagreement with myself and territorial problems are solved. It is my territory and I do not share. Just look at my ears, they are unique.”

“You mean because there is fur growing out of them.”

“That is not fur, that is a sign of high intelligence. Not every feline has fur in the ears.”

“i thought it was only the wild cats that had fur in their ears.”

“Don’t think too much Mrs. Human, it doesn’t suit you as my personal human. And now I will take a rest, this interview has become tiring. I had to concentrate so much. Close the cat flap when you leave, there is a draught blowing through it and perhaps you could put my favourite carpet on the bathroom floor. Yes, that’s the one with the blue design. I am having a blue mood at the moment.”

Daily Feline Prompt: It Builds Feline Character

5 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: It builds Feline Character

  1. Dear Tabby, My human tells me she once had a tortoise shell cat who had so much fur coming out of her ears that she looked like a Klingon. That was her name, Klingon. Fur in the ears is not optimal for dogs because our sense of hearing is one of our most powerful tools and then sometimes stuff gets stuck in the hair and can cause big problems. Mindy has a lot of fur in her ears and she’s not very bright. Yesterday — even though our human invited her to go on a walk with us — Mindy stayed home. Because our human had taken out the trash, Mindy found a bowl of bananas and ate three. Wait, now that I think about it, maybe Mindy is extra smart because of the fur in her ears. Bear and I didn’t get any banana. Yours forever, Dusty T. Dog

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  2. Meow Dusty
    yes, Mindy has a superior inntelligence, probably because of the fur i her ears, after all you don’t have to hear everything, just concentrate on what you want is my motto. Our neighbour has a toroise shell cat, but she is not in our territory, over the border on the other side of the road. i think it belongs to Mrs. Human’s haidresser,anyhow she does not associate with us Tabbys, walks around wth her tail in the air as if she were something special.
    I can hear a tin being opened, must go have an appointment with a dish of fish.
    Bark well Tabby

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  3. You might know Lisa Rogak, the librarian who wrote: The True Tails of Baker &Taylor. The Library Cats who left their pawprints on a small town… and the world. She also wrote Cats on the Job; Fabulour Felines who Purr, Mouse & even sing for their supper. Super pinups accompanied the reviews in the Albuquerque Journal today. Meow.

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    • I do not know those books, but will have a look. I generally avoid books about animal stories, although I dabble in it a little myself. I like the positive stories and get a little sad if anything happens to the animals concerned, even if it is fiction. That is probably why my feline always comes through, although two of my three cats left me over the last 1-2 years.

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