Daily Feline Prompt: Literate for a feline day

Someone or something you can’t communicate with through writing (a baby, a pet, an object) can understand every single word you write today, for one day only. What do you tell them?

Tabby

“Tabby what are you looking at through the window?”

“I am window watching.”

“Window watching?”

“Yes, it’s something similar to wall watching, but windows are more interesting to converse with. They have a larger perspective.”

“Walls also have a perspective.”

“Not always, it depends whether they reach our wave length. Some walls are feline absorbent, and others not. Windows are completely different. They animate my thoughts.”

“You mean, because you see the outside world.”

“No, of course not. If I want to join the outside world I walk through my feline flap, and that is surrounded by window.”

“So why do you watch windows?”

“Don’t ask silly questions. I am talking to the window.”

“Oh, but I hear nothing.”

“Mrs. Human are you telepathic?”

“Of course not, telepathy does not exist.”

“That is the problem with humans, they believe nothing. The window just told me to ignore the human infiltration and just persevere with looking.”

“But windows don’t talk.”

“It was a thought exchange through the window pane. Am I bothering you with my intellectual thought exchanges with the window? And now the window has sent a message that you should open it to enable me to leave. I will be back in about five minutes. Just taking a walk around my territoriy, so the window said you do not have to bother to close it again until I arrive home. OK? Look there is a wall across the path, must do some wall watching. It looks like an interesting wall and I am sure it will have a lot to tell me.”

“Is it because I am a stupid human, or is it because I just do not understand the feline way of thought. I think I will ask my fridge what it thinks.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Literate for a Feline Day

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