Feline RDP Tuesday: Feline Collection


“There you are Tabby, I have been searching for you. What are you doing in the utility room?”

“This is my room, Here I keep all my private items. It is my own storage place for my collections.”

“You have collections?”

“Of course you never know when things might come in handy. I have at least 5 mice stuffed with catnip as well as three bouncy balls. I cannot find my collection of hairballs, they have disappeared.”

“Yes Tabby, I had to throw them away.”

“Throw them away: works of art created by me. They are originals, unique and you threw them away.”

“I noticed something was smelling rather unpleasantly in this room and discovered the hairballs.”

“They were not unpleasant but individual works of art.”

“That is a matter of opinion Tabby. You still have your other souvenirs.”

“But that is not the same. I made the hairballs myself and the other stuff was from the store. Every feline in the neighbourhood has a grey mouse stuffed with catnip, not to mention a collar with fishbone pictures. None of the other felines has a hairball collection.”

“That is because we humans find them unhygienic and throw them away when they begin to smell. They also attract insects.”

“But you have things growing in the garden that also attract insects.”

“That is different Tabby, insects live with the plants.”

“And my hairballs live with me.”

“Yes Tabby, but I prefer the hairballs dead and yours were becoming lively.”

“Typical human: no understanding for the feline way of life.”

Feline RDP Tuesday: Feline Collection

11 thoughts on “Feline RDP Tuesday: Feline Collection

  1. Oh Tabby, it is difficult to lose your fine creations. However, one of the challenges of humans is our sense of smell. In many ways, so much less acute that yours, and in others, more attuned to the smells of decomposition. That smell, if too strong would lead to a reduction in the services provided. So despite the loss, it may be for the best. And I have little doubt that you shall make another.

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  2. Perhaps Tabby’s hairballs might be donated to a museum or gallery. The Museum of Old and New Art here has a display of simulated human intestines that probably smells even better than cat hairballs.


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