Daily Feline Prompt: Non-collaborating felines

Tabby 11.04 (4)

“Where are you going Tabby?”

“None of your business Mrs. Human.”

“Oh yes it is Tabby, especially when you leave an unwanted hairball on the floor in my computer room.”

“No problem Mrs. Human, just put it on one side, preferably in a dry place so that it will be preserved for my collection. A hairball is never unwanted.”

“No, Tabby, I will throw it away, it is not very appetising.”

“As I said, no problem, I do not eat them, it has already been eaten. It will now be part of my collection. Perhaps you could take a photo for my blog.”

“Definitely not Tabby, I am sure your followers do not want to partake in a hairball photo.”

“I was thinking of my feline followers on Pawbook. We now have a group “Hairball Achievements” and there is always a feature “Hairball of the day”. I am sure this one would qualifiy, look at the form, I am sure it would be a success. I might even have a chance to win “Hairball of the year”.

“”Tabby can we change the subject, this is very unappetising.”

“No problem Mrs. Human, we do not eat them, they have already been eaten.”

“Tabby! It would be better if you would eat your bowl of fresh vitamin pellets with the tuna fish aroma.”

“Because they are good for me?”

“Yes, wonderful that you have now understood why I feed you on them.”

“No, its OK Mrs. Human. I discovered that they are ideal for hairball production.”

“I give up Tabby.”

“And I thought at last you were corroborating with my efforts to be No. 1 Hairball Feline of the year.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Non-collaborating felines

2 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Non-collaborating felines

  1. Dear Tabby, I’m trying to talk my human into taking a photo of my little sister’s amazing hole in the back yard, but she keeps forgetting. Now that I understand more about these hairballs you felines make the more I think they are a creative endeavor similar to my little sister’s holes. Our human leaves most of them, but those dug in inconvenient (to HER) locations she usually fills in. Yours forever and ever, Dusty T. Dog

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    • Meow Dusty
      Sounds like typical human spoiler syndrome. Everything that we create that gives us an extra purpose to our meaningful lives, they destroy. Throwing hairballs into the trash can and filling holes are just two examples. I am sure that if you have fun tearing paper your human will apply the loud voice routine and sweep the results of your achievements away. I know how you are suffering. If I want to explore the inside of the television cabinet, she gets completely hysterical, not realising that is all part of our further education is to discover what is actually hiding in the cabinet and why.
      Tabby T. Cat

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