Feline RDP Tuesday Prompt: Orange Feline

Tabby

“Mrs. Human, why does Roschti, the feline next door, have orange fur?”

“I suppose his mum or dad had orange fur and he inherited it.”

“But my mum had black fur and I am not black.”

“Probably your dad was a tabby.”

“I asked my mum, but she could not remember. She said on that memorable night there were many cats, some black, some white and some like me. My litter sister Nera was black. I am probably a mixed salad.”

“She probably had the same fur as her mother.”

“But there were two others, our brothers and sisters: one was grey and another was like me, but much bigger.”

“But we like you all the same Tabby, no matter what colour fur you have. It is the inside values that count.”

“You mean the production of my perect hairballs.”

“Not exactly Tabby.”

“But they are a product of my inside. Roschti also manufactures hairballs, but they are the not as perfect as mine, and have a reddish shade with them.”

“That is because her fur is coloured red.”

“My hairballs are much more interesting, they are multi coloured.”

“Yes Tabby, but I did not mean hairballs when talking about your inside values. I mean your inner qualities.”

“Like eating tuna fish and making nice mounds in the garden after finishing my recycling process.”

I was thinking when you cuddle up to me for a tummy tickle.”

“Oh, that. No problem, that is usually when I cannot handle all the living irritations in my fur by myself and need a helping hand. It works quite well, especially if ants are involved.”

Feline RDP Tuesday Prompt: Orange Feline

Feline RDP Tuesday Prompt: Feline Energy

Tabby

Energy? Of course I am energetic, you can see how I am concentrating on gathering my energy for the next energetic movement. I am focussing on the camera of course, I have to keep up appearances for my fans, but afterwards I will be a whirlwind of energy, You will hardly be able to follow my movments as I turn my body anticlockwise in three circles. I have to pause in between to recover from my actions. I then have to sink to the ground and gather my breath for the next movement, the most important. I will close my eyes weighted with the fatigue of my working day.

The life of a feline is exhausting. Even washing can tire out the muscles of the tongue. Just imagine having to lick your complete body to be able to sleep and when you have slept, licking it all again to wake up. OK, humans do not do that sort of thing, they are not so active as we energetic felines. They use things called showers. If they had fur coats (without zips) they would have their problems in finding everything between the layers.

We felines keep our energy where it belongs, in the thought processes.  If you see a closed door, let it be opened to go outside. On your way you think things over and decide to reverse the action and return inside. That is almost atomic energy reversing the process. I was only telling the wall yesterday about my exhaustion. I was even tired after staring at the wall for an hour. The wall stared back and agreed with everything I said. Of course it was all done by telepathy, we can save our energy by this system. The wall has the solution to everything, it never tires of looking at me.

Please do not bother me until my sleep is finished, about 10 hours. Sleeping draws on my energy and I will probably have to have another sleep afterwards to recover.

Feline RDP Tuesday Prompt: Feline Energy

Feline RDP Tuesday Prompt: Fair Feline

Tabby

“Found a new place Tabby?”

“What do you expect Mrs. Human, I am melting inside my fur, I am dying through hyperthermia caused by the missing zip. I need resuscitation and a cool breeze.”

“Tabby we have been through this before. There is no zip and no cat has yet been born with a zip. Your fur is attached to your body and has its own air conditioning system.”

“But humans remove their fur with buttons and zips when they are overheating and it cannot be that primitive animals have it all and we superior intelligence of the feline race cannot do this. I have now found a cooler place in my home where I can cool down. It is really not fair to the feline race. You could turn on that fan thing you have to help cool me down, but point it in my direction.”

“No Tabby, it would be too cold for me and I do not like to sit in a draught.”

“Mrs. Human this is a question of survival. I will dehydrate and collapse. You will have to give me cardiopulmonary resuscitation”

“Oh, in that case I will switch the fan on.”

“Suddenly?”

“Me resuscitate a feline? I don’t think so.”

“But it would save my life.”

“No, Tabby, just use the fan.  I would have to massage your heart and give you the breathe of life.”

“But that would be no problem.”

“Tabby I had to throw away my breakfast yesterday because you jumped on the table and began licking the butter from my bread.”

“Is that a problem? It was very tasty.”

“But no very hygienic. And giving you the breathe of life would be very similar. Just sit where you are and I will turn on the fan and you will survive.”

Feline RDP Tuesday Prompt: Fair Feline