Feline RDP Tuesday: Feline Fault

Tabby

“So Tabby, we are back again.”

“Mrs. Human I did not go anywhere. I was ready every day to be called upon to write my words of feline wisdom on my blogging site, but there were no opposable human thumbs available. You deserted me, and that was completely your fault.”

“Sorry Tabby, but I was not feeling very well.”

“I noticed you were sleeping almost more than I do, which is a sure sign that the human is not functioning. We felines need sleep to gather our energy for the next working phase, but when humans sleep they need time to get back into working order And the coughing was annoying. I could not relax.”

“So what wise words do you have about faults.”

“Mrs. Human, the word does not exist in meow because we felines are perfect and have no faults.”

“But nobody is perfect Tabby.”

“Of course not, just the feline bodies are perfect. It is a clear fact that humans invented imperfections. Otherwise there would be no purpose in a feline life. We must control the mistakes that humans make, like shutting me in the cupboard yesterday for three hours.”

“But you survived and had a good sleep.”

“That is ┬ánot the point. I could have suffocated, starved to death, lost life or two. And who closed the door on me.”

“I cannot remember Tabby.”

“You see that is what I say. A feline would never close the door without a reason and you even forget who did it. I would only close a door on another feline if I wanted to punish him for perhaps taking over my territory or because he was not my type of thing and I wanted to kil him. Humans do it because they forget. At least we have a reason for our actions.”

“Yes Tabby, of course you are right. Another human imperfection noted. Thankyou Tabby.”

“No problem Mrs. Human, always ready to assist a lost human.”

Feline RDP Tuesday: Feline Fault