Thursday, 22 June 2017

Unhappy girlcat!

Oh dear, I have spent the last day avoiding Aila who really knows how to have a grumbling hissy fit. She was not best pleased at being called a 'British Sissy' in the comments yesterday. She does, begrudgingly, admit that there are many bigger cats in Africa who could have her for breakfast if she came across them so King Spitty, you are forgiven. Just.
However you girls in Finland (S), here is her message!
Loyal Readers, let me point out I had nothing to do with this little spat and I am keeping well out of it.  And FYI Aila has dual nationality now; she has a British passport but having passed the language test of being able to snark fluently in Finnish, and been continuously resident here for over 7 years, she also has Finnish citizenship complete with a bucket of sisu. 

7 comments:

Angel Prancer Pie said...

We love sassy girlcats!!!

Katnip Lounge said...

well rats. we blew our Humor Wad on Uranus jokes in yesterday's post.

damn, damn, damn, damn, damn.

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

Aila may not be a tortie, but Binga considers her a soul sister.

Lone Star Cats said...

MOL, luv dat sass!

When the cat is away said...

This is not good. Mom reminded us that the UK actually had a quite impressive empire not very long ago in history. But then again, we Finns actually invaded Sovjet!

Oh well, but does Aila have a Finnish passport? We actually do. (Because of our traveling). Then again, Mom said that humans are very fair with animal passports - in the opposite to human passports. Any pet can get a Finnish passport when going to a vet in Finland.

Hmmm. We guess gotta be careful now. We're right now abounded , scalped and heavily injured, so we can't really take a fight with Aila now. So we'll keep a low profile right now.

When the cat is away said...

Uh oh. Thinking once again of this British Sissy thing... We just remembered that Aila is from the streets of Bristol. Where actually Stran got shot. These streets are way tougher than little Finland can ever became. We Finns do indeed have Sisu when it comes to a lot of things, but we start wondering whether we Finns are so good with street fighting and gangs.

So we apologize.

Eastside Cats said...

I think I'll just tiptoe away from this fracas...