Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Sanctuary

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“Mrs. Human, sit somewhere else, I need isolation. A place for myself where I can relax and let my medidtative thoughts carry me to another place.”

“I am sorry Tabby? I know I am a mere human, but this place you call “my home” does happen to belong to me as well. I also live here and at the moment I am siting on the porch”

“Ok, but stay on the porch and do not walk around my sanctuary in the garden at the moment.”Where are you going now?”

“I am going into the living room. There is something I want to look at.”

“OK, but avoid treading on the carpet, I will be laying there this evening.”

“But at the moment you are laying on the lawn.”

“In the evening it will be carpet time, my inside sactuary, and I really do not want human foot prints all over it.”

“In that case I will have a lay down on my bed.”

“No, that will not work. Laying down on the bed is only for after lunch sleeps and now it is the middle of the afternoon.”

“I did not realise I would have to ask your permission Tabby.”

“Of course not, you should just consider my needs but it would be ok now, Just remember to reserve a place for me next to you when you take your next midday sleep. We must have organisation, cannot have humans taking over my private places when they feel like it and I need a place belonging to my meditative moments.”

“Am I allowed to fill your food bowl with perhaps some tuna fish or is that another part of your sanctuary.”

“Don’t ask silly questions Mrs. Human, my bowl filled with tuna fish is my sanctuary.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Sanctuary

4 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Sanctuary

  1. I’ve been trying to explain to Gibbs that I’m entitled to a piece of the sofa too, but he doesn’t care. I likes to stretch out and it’s absolutely AMAZING how much room a relatively small dog can take up when they are fully extended and absolutely determined to not be moved by a mere human. Sanctuary? I think the people around here could use some 🙂

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    • Dogs, like cats, have territorial rights to be respected.That is something that we mere humans do not understand. Perhaps you should move to a different chair, or even the floor. It would give Gibb a feeling of achievement and would cofirm his right to be there.Nothing worse than a dog with an inferiority complex Tabby told me.

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