Daily Feline Prompt: Committed to the Feline

Tabby 11.06 (3)

“There you are Tabby, I was looking everywhere.”

“And now you have found me Mrs. Human, big deal. You may return to my home, I think my recycling tray needs refreshing, my bowl of food is half empty and fresh water would also be a good idea.”

“Any other commands Tabby?”

“I am thinking about it. Perhaps you could check if my tuna fish supply is sufficient.”

“Tabby I really have better things to do that look after your needs and wishes.”

“Such as?”

“Human needs and wishes.”

“But your needs and wishes are to ensure that my needs and wishes are fulfilled. Remember when you adopted me, you signed on the dotted line to say that I would be first and that you had at last found a genuine purpose in your life.”

“I signed that? I remember a torn tuna fish tin label with a pawprint on it where I had to add my finger print,  but I thought that was some sort of feline game, not a contract.”

“Game does not exist in meow Mrs. Human, but at that time your meow knowledge was only in the beginner stages. So what do you have to do that is more important than fulfilling my wishes?”

“I have to prepare the meal for Mr Human and I and have some ironing to do.”

“All you have to do is fill my bowl, that is half empty, and I do not wear clothes, so ironing is superfluous.”

“But there are others here Tabby, not only you.”

“As far as I can see I am the only feline, everything else is just an extra. Perhaps you could give me a tummy tickle before you prepare my tuna fish dish. No not there, a little more towards the right leg at the front. Yes, that is perfect. And now I must fulfil my commitment to my sleeping plan. Time flies when you are having fun, doen’t it Mrs. Human.”

“If you say so Tabby, of course.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Committed to the Feline

7 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Committed to the Feline

  1. Dear Tabby, “Game” does not exist in my vocabulary, either, but my little sister seems to have it in hers. It’s a mystery to me. I’m thinking that beyond our basic species vocabularies, there are individual vocabularies. What do you think? Yours forever and ever, Dusty T. Dog

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    • Meow Dusty
      Our vocabulaires are quite confusing I suppose For me one bark means “Disappear” and two barks mean “Disappear or I will kil you”, although perhaps that is only from a feline point of view. The neighbour’s feline Roschti only meows once and she combines “disappear and kill in one meow, combined with chase” It is not so much what you bark or meow, but how you bark and meow I suppose.
      Tabby T. Cat

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      • Dear Tabby, My barks have many subtle tones that change their meanings, but I’m not sure everyone can tell. If I saw you, I’d bark, “Hi Tabby! Let’s play!” but it might sound like, “Go away or I will kill you!” That’s what most beings seem to hear when I bark. Always Yrs. DTD

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