Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Fence

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Mrs. Human said we will blog again, for the time being. She obeys my orders to blog for me, due to paw friendly problems. This theme is an important feline theme to be discussed into deail.

“What did you say Mrs. Human, not too much detail, people do not like reading pages of feline details.”

Strange animals humans, as soon as it gets interesting they want to stop. I will keep it short. As you can see from this photo of myself relaxing in my fenceless territory, it is ideal. Of course there are boundaries, but they are only visual to the feline eye, whiskers and nose. On the left there is a hedge. Every feline knows, even my favourite enemy Roschti, the feline next door, that if you want to go through the hedge you must take the opening between the third and fourth tree, this is our path. All other paths are not allowed by feline law.

You might think that I am completely surrounded by trees and there is no way out. Forget it, there is always a way. Perhaps a human with their lack of legs, having only two, may not be able to cross these obstructions, but a feline? No problem: where there is a feline will there is always  a way. There is no tree wide enough to prevent our path to a wider territory.

Of course we are speaking here of widths. Height is something else. Many are the felines which have arrived on a higher branch in the pursuit of a tasty bird have been tricked into a feeling of security. The bird flies away and the feline is left alone and defenceless on a branch, but this is where the human slave can do something useful for a change. They can climb the tree to rescue the feline. Mrs. Human is not so keen on this method, but humans also have their purpose now and again. They are not only there to fill the food bowl.

“Yes Mrs. Human, I am coming to a close.”

Looks like someone wants to use our computer. So my advice to any humans owned by a feline reading my wise words is to only install fences that their feline can walk through or jump over. If any human not sure if their garden is feline friendly in this connection, they may make a comment and I will give the exact allowed dimensions in my next blog.

“No problem Mrs. Human, you can translate them from meow, I am making notes on my pawpad.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Fence

9 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Fence

  1. Dear Tabby, My little sister is very good at penetrating hedges. This has caused all of us a great inconvenience as we no longer can come in and out an open back door as we please. So now she and I are in the back yard until our human decides to let us come inside again. I mourn the lost good days and hope our human gets a fence up soon, but somehow, even though she has the supplies, she has done nothing about it. I wonder if her heart is really in it? Yours forever and ever, Dusty T. Dog

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    • Meow Dusty
      Humans are 110% heart, but unfortuantely only about 5% brain. However, we must persevere in our efforts to put them on the right track. Of course canines do tend to be quite ruthless when attacking hedges, whereas we felines prefer the gentle touch. We tend to circumnavigate, slide delicately through spaces, preferably where other felines have been before us.
      We must be strong against this human weakness and use some paw persuasion – with many Meows Tabby

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