Saturday, September 24, 2016

If I ask You Politely

could you perhaps explain why my most excellent new box is joining me here on the bed, and why all my other, semi-excellent boxes have been relegated to the back porch? Because this is what I view as Suspicious and Worrisome behavior on your part.
Do you have Other Humans coming over here? Because I suspect you do, and I further suspect I am soon to be confined here in the bedroom with this box that is suddenly not so very appealing after all.

And where, might I ask, is my food?

9 comments:

  1. Oh poor Spitty! Yes, we fear THAT box means visitors and lockup. That's why we like boxes that dont mean annything. Or come with kitty-stuff in them, which is allus safe...

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  2. Your box collection, your food, your toys, your litter box, your brush ...

    Is your Human seriously trying to pretend by putting the other boxes out the back, that she's a good housekeeper? Don't her friends know her better than that after all this time?

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  3. Well, at first I was as affronted as you, Spitty... but then I got to thinking that maybe since you probably don't want to help entertain company, staying in the bedroom with your box isn't such a bad idea!

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  4. House guest can be tricky. Some guests don't like kitties too much so we get locked in the room, not fair. I hope you get a cat-friendly guest.

    Emma and Buster

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  5. Well, for what it's worth, our male human thinks that is a most excellent box, Spitty. We suspect, however, that it is because what comes inside of it. Now that it's empty, it's purrfect for avoiding any guests, right?

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  6. An Intruder ? Without permission ? No box is good enough to make up for that but several may compensate, moderately.

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  7. A new and unexpectedly excellent box is always suspicious.

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  8. Dang, that's a dilemma fur sure Spitty!

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  9. Poor Spitty, at least you will be safe from intruders.

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