Feline RDP Saturday: Feline Commencement


You can never be too careful with the first steps outside in the morning. Mrs. Human opens the window. She says for some fresh air, but who needs fresh air. You cannot eat it. She is opening the window for me of course, but does not like to admit it. So I sit and wait, shall I go or not. Are there any rivals in my territory? Of course I could chase them away, but being a peace loving feline, I prefer to wait until they go on their own. No point in hissing and paw fighting so early in the morning, and they might be bigger than me.

I have a sniff. No rain,  as wet is not my thing. Looks like I have it all to myself and then I put my first paw forward. The second, third and fourth follows and I am out in the wilderness. I look back and see my home going into the distance. Of course it was one small step for a cat, but one giant leap for the feline nation. I know you are all proud of my efforts and I do this every morning.

Afterwards I return home tired and worn out. Even feline catonauts need their rest after  such large steps into the unknown.

Feline RDP Saturday: Feline Commencement

Feline RDP Saturday: Feline Angle


Pay attention kittens, be very careful
To walk with care and exact
You must make no noise to surprise the prey
It must leave a good impact
It all depends on the angle of the paw
To take a step correctly
If you lead with the wrong paw and the others do not follow
you step will be made ineptly
The paws should always stay on the legs
To connect for a very firm step
Keep the balance whilst sleeking up on the prey
and make the movements adept
Always bring the humans the catch of the day
bird or mouse or bug
They might not be happy with your appreciative token
But humans tend to be quite the mug

Feline RDP Saturday: Feline Angle