Daily Feline Prompt: The Carefree Feline

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“Mrs. Human, I object to having unknown feline photos on my blog. It downgrades my page.”

“But I asked you to come outside for a photo and you hid in the back room, so I thought I would show one of the wonderful felines I met when I was away.”

“That is the problem Mrs. Human. When you begin to think it is never good. Strange felines are unwelcome and I did not hide in the back room, I decided that I wanted peace and quiet, and dimmed lighting effects for a carefree feline life.”

“Are you sure it was not because there was a storm outside with thunder and lightening and you are afraid.”

“Me, afraid, never. Although it was raining, and I have a distinct allergy to descending water.”

“You see, you are frightened of the thunder.”

“Of course not, it just disturbs my sleep concentration. As the great feline politician Harold Whiskers Wilson said “the greatest asset a tabby feline can have is the ability to get a good long sleep, no matter whether storm or rain” so to ensure that I lead a carefree life, I would suggest that you now leave, close the door and return when it stops raining.”

“What about dinner.”

“Later Mrs. Human, I cannot digest food and sleep at the same time. And close the door when you go, the noise of the thunder is desroying my carefree life.”

“Of course Tabby.”

Daily Feline Prompt: The Carefree Feline

3 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: The Carefree Feline

  1. Our dog Gibbs was caught with both front legs in the water pot paddling. I wondered how he managed to get that much water spread around. Apparently I should be building him a swimming pool of his own. I somehow get the feeling that Tabby is not a swimmer? Not ready to hit the beach … although beaches (with palm trees and/or umbrellas) can be good places for a really good nap …

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    • Tabby is an observer. She observes the situations, thinks about it, and sleeps it over. No swimming for Tabby, except for dipping her paw in her water bowl when drinking, but that is more a sort of test I think t see the state of the water.

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