Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Disagreement


“Mrs. Human I am going for a walk, so you have enough time to prepare my evening meal of tuna fish for this evening.”

“Tabby, this evening is not tuna fish. You had tuna fish yesterday.”

“Then what little delicacy are you preparing for this evening Mrs. Human?

“I thought a bowl of healthy vitamin pellets, garnished with perhaps a flower from the garden.”

“Do what. You cannot eat flowers so foget it and I am allergic to vitamin pellets, they cause the production of fur balls.”

“That is not true Tabby. Fur balls are a biological process cause by the non-digestion of grass and other vegetable elements that the feline system cannot cope with.”

“Mrs. Human we can cope with everything, except for the super healthy ugly brown hard vitamin pellets that you call food. You only serve them as convenience food. You can compare them to the frozen fish fingers that you cook now and again for your human meal. Everyone knows that fish swim in water, with help of their fins, they are not rectangular with a coating of breadcrumbs.”

“But they are very tasty and save a lot of cooking time if you want a quick meal.”

“Exactly. We felines are conosseurs, we do not do quick and time saving. We like to savour the flavours of our food, and this is not possible by forcing down the tasteless vitamin pellets.”

“But Tabby, the are healthy and maintain the silky shine on your fur, make your eyes bright and shiny and strenthen your whiskers.”

“Stop reading the text on the plastic bag that the pellets arrive in. You will start believing that rubbish. You are being manipulated by the synthehtic feline food processing industry Mrs. Human. I have decided to return to my roots. From now on I want only environment friendly food, freshly killed with no artificial additives, I have become “megan”.”


“Yes, it is something like “Vegan” from the human word “vegetable”, but as we felines are not able to digest the vegetable, we are “megan” from the words “meow” and “meat”.  This means that vitamin pellets are now tabu, to be preserved as a reminder of the vitamin pellet killing days.”

“I don’t quite get it Tabby.”

“You do not have to “get it”, just serve a plate of tuna this evenng, or kill a mouse, and I will be happy.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Disagreement

11 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Disagreement

  1. I’m sure our dogs’ thoughts run along similar veins. They know because their noses inform them that whatever we have on OUR plates is a lot yummier than that hard brown stuff in their dish, even though we put a dab of peanut butter in the bottom of the dish to encourage enthusiastic bowl cleaning. They know we’re holding out on them. And we are. It’s true. Bad us!

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    • Tabby thinks about it. When we eat she takes up her waiting position silently in front of the table and gazes at you with pleading eyes, so getting soft I throw her a piece of meat. She watches it for a while to see if it is alive and will move. When she notices it is dead she approaches carefully and decides dead meat is just as good as when it is alive and eats it. She prefers ham to roast beef I noticed and loves it garnished with a fragment of potato chip.

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    • But hunger strike does no exist in meow, We might strike for equal rights for felines, but we will always eat, even if it is only the hard vitamin pellets. If we do not eat, Mrs. Human will take us to the vet – we have to choose the lesser of the two evils.

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      • Dear Tabby, In that case, I’m afraid according to the canine code, anyway, you can’t complain about the vitamin pellets. The only way to prove they are inedible is not to eat them. I guess we’ve stumbled on another difference between felines and canines. Maybe it is because you have more lives than we have. Yours forever and ever, Dusty T. Dog


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