Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Homage

Tabby

I know what you are all thinking so I will not disappoint you. After all, day for day you tune it to the Cat Chronicles to read my wise words of feline philosophy according to my feline perfection.

I cannot help it, but I am great, the best, the most perfect feline. Where I walk lotus flowers spring from my paws, my meows are a delight to the ears, renowned for their perfection in tone and balance. Oh, I am so good.

Not to mention my wisdom. Thousands wait for my magic words daily. Well OK, Mrs. Human says 20-30 if I am lucky, but usually about 10-20, but what are numbers. In meow we have only the purrs that count, and many are clinging to every word I write, full of the wisdom of feline life. Even humans recognise my feline wisdom, shared to all. I am so generous with my advice and you get it all for free. I do not wish to profit from your adoration of my unique values, I am donating my feline advice daily to all, although now and again a can of tuna fish is very much appreciated. In payment you will receive a  photo of myself with a paw print.

I can see you all reading every valuable word I am pawing for you all, clinging to its meaning in your life. You are benefitting from my feline knowledge. Do not pay homage to me, I can do it myself. On the other paw you may spread my praise to others that they can also savour the benefits of my daily prompts and their meanings of true feline life. I am the best and don’t forget in the words of my hero Hairball Paws Trumpcat, “My whole life is about winning. I don’t lose often, actually I  never lose.”

Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Homage

9 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Homage

  1. Ah, Tabby–I was hoping Mrs Human would relinquish the computer to you, especially because of today’s Prompt. As always, you did not disappoint. Yes, the words of Hairball Paws Trumpcat…..you just want to cough him up and dump in the trash. Oh, dear…did I just say that?

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    • Unfortunately the computer people have not yet realised my greatness and have not yet designed the paw friend keyboard, but my day will come. In the meanwhile I will continued to cough up my exquisite hairballs, they are the best and make the feline great.

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  2. Dear Tabby, I have to pay homage to your feline epistolary abilities through the magic of a paw-pad and Mrs. Anglo-Swiss. My human says she helps you the same way my human helps me. I wouldn’t be able to write to you at all if my human didn’t help me and relay my telepathic responses to you. I owe my human so much — she feeds me, sees to my medical needs when I have them, helps me write to you, takes care of my sisters so I have someone to play with and curl up with on a cold night. All in all I don’t know how easy it would be for this canine in a world without my human. Yours forever and ever, Dusty T. Dog

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    • Meow Dusty
      It is not help, it is the sacrifices that are ours to gain for our relentless efforts to perfection in our daily lives. We are fulfilling the reason of a human life, without us they would be lost, with no fundamental purpose. Of course, now and again opposable thumbs are indispensible, but it gives the human a feeling of being needed. I need no medical help, but the human is convinced that I must be jabbed regularly and examined because it is good for me. I still have not found the meow translation for these words. Unlike dogs, we felines do not play, it is all in the name of further education and scientific progress. Without a human I would have no problem, but on the other paw it is so much more comfortable with a human. I mean I have to have someone to fill my food bowl, give me tummy tickles and an ear scratch now and again.
      Tabby T. Cat

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