Daily Feline Prompt: Enamoured Feline

Tabby

The case is quite clear, but I cannot resist to tell you all what a perfect feline I am. I captivate everyone with my perfect body, streamlined to conquer all objects. I am also highly intelligent. My brain capacity exceeds all. There is no feline more clever than I am. Yes, I am supercat, the conqueror of the felines. Mrs. Human counts her blessings daily that she is my chosen human.

I appointed her to care for all my needs. She was chosen to be the human amongst many fighting for the privilege to obey my commands. There are times when I must remind her with a paw scratch or perhaps a waking meow hiss when she is sleeping, but slowly she is realising the responsabilities of her life’s work. There is no other work as fulfilling as to serve a feline daily. Today I again used my recycling tray. She was overjoyed that she again had the task of emptying it. The weather is now changing and it is no longer so pleasant to leave my scents outside in the garden. Mrs. Human was resting and so I again fulfilled her dream of having something to do and called her to attention.

Our slaves are not rewarded for resting or sleeping, they must be in action at all time, otherwise it could be that they become forgetful of the great honour bestowed on them to fulfil the life of a feline.

She is enamoured in me, that is quite clear. What would she do witout me? She would have no purpose in her human life. I have a small correction to make with the feeding programme, but even this will be adjusted according to my wishes. Tuna fish first and at all times, vitamin pellets forbidden. She is getting there. No, just a moment.

“What is that Mrs. Human.”

“I was at the supermarket and they had a special offer for your favourite flavours in vitamin pellets, 2 pakets for the price of one, so I though it would make you happy. You know how much you are enamoured in those wonderful vitamin pellets that are good for you.”

“Of course, Mrs. Human. I think we should have a talk under four eyes, one set of whiskers and four claws”.

Daily Feline Prompt: Enamoured Feline

9 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Enamoured Feline

  1. Dear Tabby, I have been the slave of my daughter’s feline for several weeks. She was moving house and he ( the feline) did not care for all that commotion. So he has stayed with my husband and me. On Sunday we will invite him to step into his travelling crate and we will take him in the car for two hours to where my daughter lives. I shall be very sad to be released from my slavery. I have enjoyed his company immensely and have been happy to provide treats and selections of foods and , of course, a clean litter box. However I shall console myself with reading your posts.

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    • That is exactly what my meows say. Humans can be thankful for us felines. We give them a purpose in life, they find contentment in every litter box they clean, and in every furball they discover. What would they do without us. They would have an empty home with no fur, no whiskers, no meows and no scratches on the furniture. I hope you have consulted your feline about the journey in the travelling crate. Please make the crate as homely as possible. We felines are very sensitive about our travelling methods, they have memories of visits to the vet. Perhaps you could decorate the crate with some cat mint to relieve the feline whilst travelling.
      Tabby T. Cat

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    • I think she expects me to be the thankful one to fulfill the ourpose of caring for her needs. We will be discussing the values of vitamin pellets for the next five lives. Four have already been lived.

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  2. Dear Tabby, Our human has been frantically moving things around in our house until we are no longer at home here. Yesterday she kept at it and ended up in the garage sweeping. I hope this stops soon. Mindy got sick in the night and didn’t know where to go or what to do. I think it was for the best because our human had a lot of cleaning to do BEFORE she could have coffee. But we had a long night. A dog’s life isn’t always easy. Yours forever and ever, Dusty T. Dog

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    • Meow Dusty
      Humans are funny like that. They have to have change. That is the worst thing to happen in a feline life, and it seems canines are also affected. I bet she thinks it is all for your own good. Since I am alone and no longer have to share, she leaves everything as it is, although when she cleans the kitchen in the morning she sometimes puts my food bowls in a place where I cannot reach them. I just use the staring trick with pleading eyes and she puts the bowl in a sensible place, but still has to carry on cleaning. It seems your human also has the cleaning disease. It seems to be highly contagious amongst humans. Perhaps your human should see a vet.
      Tabby T. Cat

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