Feline RDP #18: Feline Stellar

Tabby

Sometimes these daily prompts can get so tiresome. I have a feeling that I am repeating myself constantly, but what can I do. Life revolves around I, me and myself. I just have to keep reminding everyone how important I am. I am still eating my food from a normal bowl, bought in the store, instead of the Versace designed dish suitable for my life standards. Β And I am fed with plain, average, pellets. They are apparently healthy, because of the vitamins they have, but – vitamins do not breathe, it is dead material. Give me a bird or a mouse anytime, even tuna fish once lived. The only real living thing I see is a fly that might arrive on my paw and that is kitten food. Not for royalty like myself.

Felines were intended to lead the human race and to be respected. Something went wrong somewhere when the humans came down from the trees and got their opposable thumbs, which we felines did not get. We felines were sure we were perfect, we still are, but when the tin opener was invented (by a human), things began to go downwards. We had no chance. And then the computer arrived. I still have my pawpad, but paws are not as good as fingers. Admittedly we have claws, but typing in credit card numbers is difficult and there are so many things I would like to order. One day I will return and claim what is rightfully mine. In the meanwhile I will sleep it over “Mrs. Human fill my water trough, I am dying of hunger and my recycling tray needs to be emptied. In between give me a tummy tickle” Have to remind her now and again who is the boss here.

Feline RDP #18: Feline Stellar

6 thoughts on “Feline RDP #18: Feline Stellar

  1. Aw, Tabby — you felines may well be superior to Humans, but it’s important to remember that you coexist with Humans, and depend upon them to open the tuna tins and provide other healthy foods, water, and comforts! I hope you continue to enjoy those comforts, even as you fuss about the Humans in your life πŸ™‚ !

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    • Humans must always be reminded that we alllow them to coexist with felines, but they do have their advantages. Opening tins is one and supplying food, although they can overdo it with the care. Do we really have to see the vet for jabs and food pellets with vitamins?

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