Daily Feline Prompt: Risky Feline

Tabby

Now this looks risky, but my lives are composed of risks. The first four passed in a space of 14 years, which means according to my whisker calculation, that a life would be just over 3 years. Of course, the first 2 lives were already gone after the first 2 years, but you learn from experience. Kittens should not attempt to jump over high objects, they might miscalculate, and so I saw the life ticker with a -1 on it before my eyes. The second life was not really my fault. It was a sore throat, the vet said tonsilitis, and so there it was again. The life ticker appeared with a -2.  The next two lives were just a matter of becoming a senior feline, although I am sure those hard vitamin pellets I was being fed with had something to do with it, and the ticker arrived again twice with a-1. So according to the feline method of quantum mathematics, -2 another -2 in the space of 14 years amounts to -4 lives already gone.

According to the law of feline mathematics, again with the help of quantum addition, I now have 5 lives remaining. The question remains shall I leap over this metal object or not. Is it possible that I will trip and fall, losing yet another life, or will I survive and be congratulated by the other felines watching on.

“What did you say Mrs. Human, time for my meal of tuna fish.”

Oh who cares about lives, I can do it, no problem.  It is all a matter of distance + height and a reward at the end. And another success in a feine remaining 5 lives – “I am coming Mrs. Human”.

Daily Feline Prompt: Risky Feline

4 thoughts on “Daily Feline Prompt: Risky Feline

  1. Dear Tabby, I believe we canines get only one life, so it had better be good. That’s why I picked my human. I knew the moment I saw her that she would take care of me and make sure all my canine needs and desires would be fulfilled. All I. have to do in exchange is take care of her. Yours forever and ever, Dusty T. Dog

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    • Meow Dusty
      Yes it is worth examining the values of the human you pick, or in my case employ. Are they prepared to serve day and night, is the food bowl always full and can they oblige with a tummy tickle when called for. Care for does not exist in meow, but in human thank goodness.
      Tabby T. Cat

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