Daily Feline Prompt: Sorry, I’m Busy

Tell us about a time when you should have helped someone… but didn’t.


“Tabby, are you finished with your bowl of tuna fish?”

“No, of course not, there are still some slivers of fish left.”

“Could you perhaps eat it, so that I can clear the bowl away?”

“Not at the moment Mrs. Human, I’m busy.”

“What are you doing in the garden that makes you so busy.”

“I am burying something.”

“But Tabby you buried something in that place yesterday, there are already two mounds of dirt there. What is so important that you have to bury it in the same place.?”

“Don’t ask, you really don’t want to know.”

“Are you using my garden  as a recycling depony?”

“I am enriching the earth with organic material.”

“I think that is the same thing. You have a recycling tray.”

“Recycling trays are boring and I can spread my aroma much better in the garden. Think of the nice strong plants that will grow next year, thanks to my fertiliser gift.”

“I don’t really look at it from that angle Tabby. When I begin to tidy up the garden I might step in it.”

“All the better Mrs. Human. You will spread it even more when you walk around.”

“But I might spread it in our home.”

“Is that a problem?You have so much time on your hands, I am sure you can clear it away easily. And now don’t bother me, I have to concentrate. I’m busy. And don’t ask because the answer is that the word “Sorry” doesn’t exist in meow.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Sorry, I’m Busy

10 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Sorry, I’m Busy

    • Meow Dusty
      One of the canine-feline differences, although I must mention that after being chased by one of your fellow citizens, It did not say sorry for the attack, but sort of did a canine laughing bark.
      Enjoy your doggy day – Tabby the feline that never says sorry

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      • I understand, Tabby. But if you were a friend of that canine, that wouldn’t have happened. We canines are pack animals and even felines can become members of our packs. I have to tell you that I chase cats, too, if I don’t know them. My little sister, however, doesn’t chase animals at all unless they are dangerous and likely to hurt us. I’m sure there are a lot of differences among the feline breeds, too. Yours always in spite of chasing cats, Dusty T. Dog


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