Daily Feline Prompt: Capering Feline

Tabby

“Did you sleep well Tabby?

“I am feline and we always sleep well.”

“Silly question I suppose.”

“No problem Mrs. Human, we felines are used to silly questions from humans.”

“And what is the next plan? The weather does not look so good, it might rain. You can always have a conversation with a wall.”

“A conversation with a wall? Walls do not talk Mrs. Human, it is dead material. We felines are not stupid.”

“Oh, sorry. I thought you spoke to walls.”

“We stare at a lot of things Mrs. Human, but walls are dead matter. It would be a waste of time to stare at a wall and talking to a wall would be just plain stupid.”

“But you often look at the wall.”

“I do not look at the wall, it is what is behind the wall that is interesting.”

“You see through the wall.”

“We felines are still working on that one, but one day we will develop x-ray eyes. In the meanwhile we use our imagination of what is behind the wall. Humans stare at things called television and we felines stare to discover the reason why.”

“The reason why?”

“The reason why humans builds walls in the wrong places to prevent us felines seeing what is behind the wall. And now to jump over the wall.”

“And the wall doesn’t mind.?”

“Walls have no feelings so I don’t ask the wall. And if I do not jump over the wall I will not know what is on the other side. Human don’t bother me with such trivia, do something useful like applying your opposable thumbs to open a tin of tuna fish.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Capering Feline

5 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Capering Feline

  1. Pingback: Capering Around – TyroCharm

    • Tabby stares at me sometimes but after years of training I know what she wants, usually food, what I am eating. Now and again it is something cats do not eat, but she continues to stare just to make me feel guilty

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  2. Dear Tabby, I’m glad you cleared up the wall thing for me. I was worried. Canines have a similar relation with fences though usually we can smell what is on the other side. It is smelling it, hearing it and not seeing it that is maddening. Yours forever and ever, Dusty T. Dog

    P.S. Fortunately, my nemesis, Joan the Cattledog, has moved away

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    • Meow Dusty
      I just let Mrs. Human believe I communicated with walls, ridiculous, how could I. The wall communicates with me. I smell so many things it gets quite confusing, so I have to set priorities, which usually begin with tuna fish and end with tuna fish, the rest is just a side dish.
      Roschti is still here. I was planning to kill him, but realized if I tried he could kill me first so I decided the best plan would be to reach my cat flap before Roschti thought about it.
      Tabby T. Cat

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