Go Away

I see, said he. What do you want of me? To play in my tree? To speak softly with glee? To be in my face rather than feeding me? I have an answer to all You, human, are my devotee   What shall I make of this? Your camera bliss You have run amiss with your misplaced hubris You created a crisis A supreme antithesis of sleep and rhyme I shall need psychoanalysis whatever the $%#@*&% that is To endRead more

Rain on Fleshy Cheeks

Stop Inhale life Exhale sadness Draw in the earthiness of rain It cleanses pavement Soaks into human joy Stop Inhale life Exhale fear Feel the moist tears from heaven On our fleshy cheeks Tears of peace Flooding hearts with calm Stop Inhale life Exhale doubt Allow the rain to wash it Away to the gutter, the sewer Positive thoughts form a puddle In which to stomp and play Stop Inhale life Exhale the unimportant Let go of frivolous everything FindRead more

Two Days or Two Minutes?

  “I had been told that the training procedure with cats was difficult. It’s not.” “Mine had me trained in two days.” ~Bill Dana~ All cat people know of this training. For some it takes two days. For others, perhaps two weeks or a mere two minutes. It is not difficult training, but it is subtle and extremely effective. Some may call it merciless. These creatures are not stupid. They can tell time, order the filling of the food dishes,Read more

Welcome Home

“Missing someone and not being able to see them is the worst feeling ever.” ~Nathanael Richmond~ While I was away last week, this one couldn’t see me. That made him a little needy. And kneady. Natasha said he was trying to make a loaf of bread at her expense. There was a little bit of cat crying too. Or perhaps a lot. Gibbs missed his human mom. Meanwhile… This one didn’t seem to be affected at all. She slept herRead more

Resolution

My resolution is true. Just want to be a stay-at-home cat mom. Bang on the food dish all day, nap with my head upside down and feet in the air. A stay-at-home cat mom. No worries of deadlines, sleep until the sun comes up mind without a care. A stay-at home mom to the kids, with whom I can play. Take up a new hobby if the open agenda dares. I want to be a stay-at-home cat mom, to write,Read more

What’s a Girl to Do?

It’s been a cold, gray and rainy Sunday. Temps are hovering at 34 F with a sturdy 20 mph SSW wind. So, what’s a girl to do with a dreary, lazy, no-reason-to-play day? The answer is clear. Snuggle under the covers and take a long nap. After the human stops taking photos, of course. And after the girl takes a whiff of the boy and urges him to leave her alone. Any other questions?Read more

Hotel Luna Cee

Last thing I remember, I was Running for the door I had to find the passage back To the place I was before “Relax, ” said (Natasha), “We are programmed to receive. You can check-out any time you like, But you can never leave! “ She told me. Once your foot is in the door, you will not leave. You will want to stay and drink the Kool-Aid or wine or whatever the Thespian Hotel is serving. Natasha was correct.Read more

The Expectation Play

Setting the Opening Scene It is 5:06 am in a darkened bedroom filled with two dressers, an enormous, framed print on the wall, a gray-striped feline (hereafter referred to as Queenie) in a wicker basket, and a female human curled up under the green-striped flannel sheets of a queen-sized bed. The beginning light of dawn filters through the thin cracks of the tan blinds and the bottom open portion of the window, where a gray feline male (referred to asRead more