Life is rough on this little one year old. You know how we use our cats as forced labor – vacuuming floors, beating laundry creekside using rocks, keeping tabs on Internet kittens…
Viola was so addicted to watching the Tinykittens foster kittens streaming webcam, a part of the LAPS – Langley Animal Protection Society, we thought she was going to throw a conniption when the latest batch was adopted. Good thing for her, the Internet is a V-E-R-Y big place to explore.
Don’t forget to tell everyone I’m an excellent scratchy post inspector. Is this a union job?
If I may be so bold in saying, I’m also an expert at batting things. And if someone doesn’t like it, well…
… here’s what they get!
Alright, Viola, that wasn’t very polite. Let’s see, she spends part of her day playing hide and seek with Quint and Olivia.
We didn’t say she was very good at the hiding part.
What do I care if they find me? That’s part of the fun!
Oooo, let me tell this part, mom. Sometimes, when things are really, really serious around here, I’ll do just about anything to get a laugh. You wouldn’t believe how long I sat here with this speck of litter on my nose before anyone noticed.
And then, when they finally paid attention, they laughed. But swore they were laughing WITH me, not AT me. Sure, sure you were.
Yeah, I’ve got it good here. I like my home and family. I think I’ll keep ’em.
Whew! That’s a relief! We were a little worried there, Viola. Now, c’mere for some kisses.