For some reason, our Human slept in today. The other Human got up and went to work, but ours stayed in bed until late in the morning.
Now we know the value of sleep. We spend enough time ourselves in our beds, especially as we get older. But the Humans aren't supposed to sleep in. When we want something, we want to know that the Human is there to respond immediately.
So we both sat outside his room and sang to him. All morning. Loudly. Finally, he stuck his head outside the door and said "what?" in that irritated voice he sometimes has. Of course, we told him what we expected. For some reason, he didn't get it, and went back into his room.
But he made one mistake. He left the bedroom door open.
We waited until he was asleep again, and then jumped on his bed and began licking his face. He hates it when we do that.
Today the Human was out most of the day. We think he went to see the Lady with the Creaky Knees. Something to do with 'Mother's Day.'
Well we think there should be a 'Cat Day'. We are sure that Hallmark would approve, and that it would generate income for the Humans to buy us better Stinky Goodness. . .designer beds. . .and other necessities of daily living. Besides, we like the idea of having cat cards. They could have mice and birds and fuzzy things on them to keep us amused for hours.
So let your Humans know that you demand that a 'Cat Day' be added to their schedule.
We don't get it. Today, our Human was sitting in his chair in the front room, like he often does. And he was talking. . .for hours. I thought at first he was talking to me, so I came over to inspect his lap. Other than scratching my head once, he ignored me! He had this little box up to his ear and was talking to it like it's real or something. Anybody want to explain what the box is and why he was so distracted? I don't like being ignored. I may have to take the little box and hide it behind the couch.