Daily Feline Prompt: Clinging Feline


Meow everyone. Life is a little boring at the moment, the snow is still surrounding me and I have no chance of breaking out, and so a few meows on the problem of clinging.

Generally I do not cling. My paws are a perfect design. They contain claws which are very useful for scratching furniture to leave a mark, showing I was there. However I noticed that humans often misunderstand the purpose of the scratch marks. We design with our claws, but humans find we ruin the furniture. Who needs furniture. A cushion is enough for me. Even then humans can become awkward. I decided to paw some exercises on Mrs. Human’s bed linen, It is ideal. I can really dig my claws into the fabric, stretch them out to their full size and pull them back again. It is all in the name of keeping fit. Mrs. Human does not agree and finds that I am ruining her sheets. Something about pulling threads and making holes. They are so fussy those humans.

Although I have one small complaint. When I am reclining on the carpet in the bathroom and stretch my paws and claws they tend to engage with the carpet layers and then I am left clinging to the carpet. I suggested she exchanges the bathroom carpets for something more paw friendly, but she ignored me, finding that bathroom carpets were not places for felines to sleep and I am in the way because I always take up the space in front of her recycling tray.

And now I must go. In the far distance I can hear the sounds of a tin opener and the whiff of tuna fish juice is alerting my nostrils. I have a food bowl to cling to.

Daily Feline Prompt: Clinging Feline

5 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Clinging Feline

  1. Meow Tabby! Claw your blessings in this New Year. Your posts inspires my boring life without a human slave, who failed to participate in the daily prompts. Yours truly, E. Kitty.


    • Meow Dusty
      Yes, my human is slowly learning, but as all things human, it is a slow process. I told her a tuna fish dispeser would be idea, at a paw touch it would release a bowl full coninuously. She seemed to think it would not be good for me to eat too much tuna fish. I find it would be very good for me – another discussion on the meaning of tuna fish in the life of a feline followed.
      Tabby T. Cat

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    • Meow, that is what I tell Mrs.Human constantly, but her ears are not as perfect as mine and either she does not hear, or does not listen – and now to better days – it can only get better as you say.


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