Monday, 29 November 2010

I thank my loyal readers for their support, and vindication that we are deprived, hungry cats. Äiti insists that I tell you we have dried food available - but who wants to eat that (especially after Mirsku-veli has fallen alseep in it) ? I shall continue to plead with Äiti for more rations, and suffer silently.
Each week, when our meagre supplies are delivered, we get these boxes. They fit us nicely and Äiti has positioned these strategically in a place which is a frequent messaging spot. Tuomo-veli is keeping it safe for now - which is ironic as he is the worst culprit.
Now if we had enough parcel tape and brown paper we could quickly wrap up Aila-sisko inside a box and send her away as a Christmas present. Äiti is horrified that I should have such ideas, but what else are we to do with girlcats, hehehe ? Actually she's not so bad and does have her uses: for instance she is not a lithe and graceful as the rest of us so we can always blame her when things are knocked out of place.

4 comments:

Kea said...

she is not a lithe and graceful as the rest of us so we can always blame her when things are knocked out of place.

Now, now...Santa Claus/Father Christmas is coming soon and that means you have to be nice. MOL!

We cats are always deprived and hungry. Ha.

Tom, Tama-Chan, Sei-Chan and Bibi-Chan said...

You know, Punapippuri, all the greatest kings were also gentlecats who were sweet to their sisters...

Katnip Lounge said...

We would love to take delivery of Aila! How many stamps do you think she'll need?
From your starving Las Vegas pals.

OKcats said...

My goodness, I love crunchies almost as much as I love Fancy Feast - I am not sure how you can starve! I think you should mail Aila to us - she would be treated right by us girlcats! If your Aiti won't send her to us, then we think it's only fair that she trades a few of you boys in for girls - to even things out, you know! :)

Your friend, Zoe