Wednesday, August 12, 2015

The Nerve of Her!


Well, Kitties, today was The Day:  The Human took herself off to the Education Factory and stayed there for like, elebenty-squillion hours. And when she came home she was in a Bad Mood, and she said the nice vacation of foods and pettings and brushies and on-demand playtimes was over.
I find that completely unacceptable. I'm thinking about moving away to someplace where I am not treated with such cavalier indifference. Anyone with enough extra space for a middle-aged floofy boycat who's not very nice?

25 comments:

  1. Uh-oh. We would if we could. Give her another chance???

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  2. The human coming home in a bad mood is unfortunate, and not acceptable. But I'm sure you can brighten your spirits by allowing her to give you pettings and brushings.

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  3. Ya at least deserves sum extra fuds or toys or sumthin'....

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  4. Oh Spitty - I saw the headline and wondered what that ^%$#$^ Human had done to you now. She's gone back to work, leaving your without services for a large part of the day? Harrumph. Hasn't she heard of 'hired help'? If she's not prepared to stay at home responding to your every whim, then it's essential, I would have thought, that she make suitable alternative arrangements. Would you like me to have a word with her?

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  5. Demand extra treats. Or threaten smacky paws.

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  6. My human says she would love to have you, but we don't have room! In fact, we still have your female twin, Smokey living upstairs and looking for a home. After a few months of a quality diet, not the crap she used to get, her fur is exceptionally soft and silky!

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  7. Elebenty-squillion hours, huh? That's a very long time. Tell that woman to get a grip or you will no longer allow her to wait on you hand and foot. Her behavior is unacceptable.

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  8. Clearly your mom is in need of schooling herself!
    Does she forget that her purpose is to serve you?
    You can stay with us until her re-training is complete :)
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  9. Äiti says you are welcome here, you'll be amongst similar. Pöh.

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  10. School started here today, too, Spitty. But this has no effect on my mom as she is pretty much a bum these days. In fact, she is in desperate need of a second act! But I digress. It would be fun to have an even number of black boys here, so come on over!

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  11. Poor Spitty! Methinks you need a playmate who can handle your...erm...personality quirks! That way, the two of you can have fun while your human is otherwise occupied.

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  12. well, if you think about it......from what I recall reading, she wasn't home much when she WAS off...........this seems to not be much different!

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  13. Spitty, I would love to have you, but I already have 2 not so very nice kitties that need segregation so there are no places left.

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  14. Oh Spitty, mes was so furry excited and mes asked my Mommy and she LAUGHED! Then mes asked Daddy and he GLARED and said "Over my Dead Body!"
    So, I guess, here is not good.
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  15. This is most definitely a reportable offense to N.U.C.A.T. As for providing a home, temporary or long-term, Mom says she has way more to put up with (huh?) with just me here.......not a very cooperative or caring attitude I say. Maybe we BOTH should report our humans to N.U.C.A.T.?

    Hugs, Sammy

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  16. RIGHT HERE! HERE! Come over HERE!

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  17. You are welcome to come here Spitty. My mum is home all the time, well, apart from when she goes off gallivanting. She organises servants who cater to my every whim for those times though. We can go out hunting mousies together, then come back and eat some grass to yak up when we go back inside.

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  18. Spitty, but maybe you should just ignore the human until she is over her foul mood. She needs to start treating you like the royalty figurehead you are. You could write an ad soliciting a new proper home were you will be catered to in the manner you deserve. Ask the human to post it on the bulletin board at her educational factory. If that doesn't make her snap to and shame her enough to correct the error of her human ways, then your only recourse may be to pack up your pink beddie, your brushie & that stoopid dangly toy you love so much & run away (take a cab & charge it to the humans credit card) to the best cat shelter you can find in S.F.. A bit extreme & melodramatic we realize, but we bet they have some real swanky shelters there in S.F.That would love to house a King such as yourself. If the human doesn't come running & beg for your forgiveness & repent for her evil ways, well... then it may be time to have the shelter start screening for potential humans that deserve to have royalty living in their home. Let's hope it doesn't come to that Spitty, but the human has stopped providing basic care & left you to your own devices for elebenty-squillion hours .Not a good sign at all. If the authorities want proof of the humans neglect then you can show them how your once floofy furs are becoming matted from lack of brushies. What more prood of neglect could they possibly need. All this misery the human is causing you for something as frivolous as employment. How selfish can a human get? Let us know if your address changes.

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  19. I'm a pro with not-so-nice cats. Our family has a history of dealing with opinionated cats. However, Jenna seems to have other ideas about having another cat around. Maybe you should cut your human some slack and see if the bad mood passes soon?

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  20. As much as Emma loves you online, she's not too crazy about having more cats around. Our mom would love to have you but she fears being disowned by Emma.

    emma and buster

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  21. dood...ya noe de haight iz just rite round de korner....we gotta swell place all set up N it will bee eazee ta move all yur goodz.....we wont even knead ta steel a movin van we can just like roll yur stuff down de hill ~~~~ ♥♥♥

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  22. It looks like you're getting some good offers already, Spitty. You're going to have to spread yourself around!

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  23. If you haven't received them already, we are certain you will get oodles of offers from many of your lady cat friends to come and stay with them. You could probably spend the entire school year traveling from home to home being spoiled. With that said, you are welcome here anytime. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  24. We thinks you'd find our mom bean a sad replacement. It's near impossible to get her to tippy tap for us, except sometimes to visit our furriends. We is sure you'll get lots of offers though!

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  25. We gotta feeling she's gonna need you around, Spitty, to help her out of her bad mood...because she's gonna have a lot of them over the next few months.

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