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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Fear and loathing in the cattery

They go on holiday. We go to gaol. It's not fair. My human has swanned off to have a good time and I am stuck in prison.
They call it a cattery but it's really just a prison cell. No carpets. No sofa for scratching. Horrible disinfectant smells. Strange cats nearby. 
What's not to hate.
We do not deserve this. I have tried and failed to escape and I am miserable.
She, meanwhile, is having a good time eating fish in Normandy..... 
Sometimes humans are really vile. I shall make her pay for it later.



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6 comments:

  1. Awww, sorry about the boarding buddy, they'll be home soon and you will forgive them - MOL!

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  2. You poor kitty. That is so wrong.

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  3. dood...ya noe what they say bout pay back !! ;) ♥♥

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  4. Oh you poor boy, I'd hate it there too. Tell your mum you want an upgrade next time to a posh cat hotel! You can eat your tea in peace and enjoy your own TV from the comfort of your bed.

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