Saturday, 22 March 2014

Dear Ombudsman

Dear Ombudsman

I understand you're the person to write to when things aren't fair, if I can't get justice by any other means.

Well, things are very, very, unfair at my house lately.  I've appealed to Mum for justice, and she has ignored my pleadings.

First of all, Joey keeps a bed at my house to sleep in when she visits.

If I get into her bed at all, I get into lots of trouble. Humans get me out and tell me that's Joey's and I'm not allowed to use it!

Well, I've had a claim on the furry blankies on the couch for ever!

But when Joey decided she liked to play on them, Mum just said: "I guess I've got to wash them more often."

Now, while I do appreciate Mum washing the blankies so I don't get baby drool or whatever other stuff on my lovely fur, I think there is a principle at stake here.

If I'm not allowed where she likes to sleep, why is she allowed where I like to sleep?

Well, that's what I'd like to know.

I think the world will be a much better place when I'm in charge of all of it.

Yours sincerely.

Mr Bumpy,
Supreme Feline Overlord.


  1. We totally agree with you, that's unfair. We think that keep the baby in her cage with her own blanket, her own drool, and her own other baby stuff is a good solution so that you can continue to take advantage of your house and your own blanket in complete peace and safety, as a Supreme Feline Overlord should do. Purrs

  2. Until Joey throws you food, keep up the protest Mr Bumpy!!!!


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