Daily Feline Prompt: Blindly – A Feline Joke

Tabby 10.04.2017

“Tabby if you are thinking of going out this evening, be very careful. The workmen have dug a large ditch in front of the windows.”

“Mrs. Human are you insinuating that I will not see this ditch.”

“It is dark at night”.

“And who is the only perfect creation living here that can see at night as if it was daytime. Who is the one with night sight?”

“Oh, sorry Tabby, I forgot. Your eyes see in the dark.”

“Exatly, so I need no instructions about being careful of falling into a stupid hole that the workmen left behind. The only thing wrong with this hole is that they made noise when creating it. It disturbed my usual daytime sleep. It took me at least a minute more to fall asleep.”

“But you slept immediately.”

“It might be immediate to a primitive human, but to a feline it is eternity.

This new hole will give me a problem. I will have to claim it as my territory before other felines get the idea that they can take it over. It is a big spray for a feline, but a small spray for a territory claim.”

“I think you borrowed that expression Tabby.”

“You mean that thing about men landing on the moon. That was fake news.”

“I don’t think so Tabby.”

“Of course it was, the paw marks of the first settlers on the moon were easy to see in the craters, but it was ignored.”

“Ok Tabby, of course you are right. Now go back to sleep and dream on.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Blindly – a feline joke

7 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Blindly – A Feline Joke

    • Lily had insomnia. It was a symptom of canine senile dementia. That shows how truly bizarre it is for a dog not to be able to sleep. She could nap in the day for a short time, that was it. At night it was one night terror after another. Who knew?


  1. Dear Tabby, Please be careful around the hole, even though you can see in the dark. We finally got to go on a walk today and my little sister and I were so GOOD that our human is proud of us! We both got free from our leash (it broke) and we went off to meet some new dogs. We both behaved very well and Bear didn’t run away. We didn’t even scare their human. She was very cool and I hope we see the canines and their person again. Maybe tomorrow, whatever that is. It’s a word my human uses and as far as I can tell it means “No.” Yours forever and ever, Dusty T. Dog

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