Feline RDP Sunday: Sequacious Feline


“Tabby what are you doing in front of the window?”

“I want to come in.”

“But just a few seconds ago you were scratching at the same window to signal that you wanted to go out.”

“I did, but when I arrived outside I realised that I would prefer to be on the other side of the window, so let me in.”

“Tabby, you can really be extremely sequacious.”

“Just talk meow in words I understand and let me in.”

“I have problems following your thought process sometimes. You want to go out and then you want to come in.”

“Is that so difficult to understand. Of course I wanted to go out but on my way out I changed my mind to come in, a feline prerogative,”

“It seems to me that the feline way of life is only prerogatives. And now you are inside again, so stop pawing at that window.”

“I have changed my mind and decided that my first intention was better, so let me out.”

“Tabby, you are exhausting my patience.”

“And mine too. Typical human, never spares a thought for others. We felines are to be respected at all times, we were once worshipped as Gods.”

“But not any more Tabby.”

“That is not important, we were there and did it. The human was lucky to have been able to climb down from the trees and eat something else other than a banana, so open the window.”

“What is so important that you have to go outside.”

“How should I know, I will find out when I get there. On the other paw, perhaps I might stay a while. I just noticed you have the tin opener in your opposable thumbs.”

“Yes Tabby, I am opening a tin of ravioli for the evening meal.”

“But I don’t eat ravioli, so open up a tin of tuna fish.”

“Now who is being selfish.”

“Definitely not me, I don’t mind if you open your tin of ravioli, but first of all open the tuna fish.”

Feline RDP Sunday: Sequacious Feline

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