Monday, 19 November 2012

Yowl Win Some Yowl Lose Some

"Today's lizard was even bigger and fatter than this one,
which Mum also took off me." - Mr Bumpy, Bloggercat.
Hello out there in the Bloggosphere.

I think it's time I had some new humans. These ones are getting extremely tiresome.

Twice today, they interfered in what I was doing.

The first time, I had a bird under the bed.  Mr 18 and Miss 21 tried their best to get me out.  They poked at me with brooms and everything.  I just took my treasure further under the bed, and behind some boxes, where they had no hope of reaching me.  They kept poking and telling me off though, and only gave up when they realised the bird was dead and they could do nothing to save it.

Later, I was carrying a very nice big lizard, when Mum caught me. She made me drop the lizard and tried to pick it up.  The lizard tried to bite her and ran away from her, straight toward me. Mum yelled at me to leave it alone - but there was no way I was going to do that.

I went for the lizard and it turned and ran straight past Mum, with me right behind it.  That's when Mr 18 got involved.  He didn't try to catch the lizard. He caught me.  Because I was so intent on chasing that escaping lizard I didn't take evasive action soon enough.

Mum rounded up the lizard.  It wouldn't let her pick it up, but she managed to direct it out the back door. Then she closed the door!

I struggled down from Mr 18's arms and went to the door.  "I need to go ooooowwwwwwt!" I yowled.

Mr 18 said, "No, Murder Cat, you're inside for the rest of the day."

Mum won't let me out either!  And my lizard's out there!

The injustice of it all is just too much.

As I said, I'm planning to get rid of these humans at the earliest opportunity. I've had them for years, surely the contract's run out and I can get an upgrade.

Until next time we meet in the Bloggosphere,
I remain,
Mr Bumpy,
Bloggercat,
Supreme Feline Overlord.

4 comments:

  1. Your humans really have no respect at all for the hunt. How could they even imagine how hard (and funny, though) it is to catch a bird ? They just have to sit in the car and take what they want at the grocery. I wouldn't give them a little little mouse for Christmas, uh !

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  2. I think humans should butt out of our hunting and patrols and remember their place in our lives is just to feed us delicious noms, ensure we have plentiful toys and warm beds to sleep in ... hugs Mr Bumpy I do admire your hunting skills

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  3. What an injustice! I agree- trade the whole lot in!

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  4. I wonder if we cats could get together and arrange some sort of peep swap. Problem is... I'd never find another cat willing to take mine. purrs

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