LIVE FROM HEMI'S HIDEOUT -- OOPS. IS HE STILL IN HIDING?
Hemi's in trouuuuuuubbbbblllle.
You know what? The cat's a brat. And that's that!
Ciao for Now,
"C" (which stands for Cosette... and nothing else)
I was so happy to see her because I was hungry.
And I'm still in trouble and am on the lamb. Which reminds me that I'm hungry for lamb. Gotta go now.
M for now,
H (stands for anything but Hemi)
....for now. I haven't KO'd the OK Kid, but I'm just letting him know who's in charge.
Recently, Hemi misinformed our dear readers that I was in a state of uncontrollable hissy-fitness. However, this self-proclaimed "genius," who never actually took IQ tests because we all know they're fake anyway, was doing things to deliberately provoke me.
Now after I take my boxing mitts off (I've been typing with my toes), I will explain.
There, all better.
Mom and her friends lavish all their love on Hemi since they are drawn by his "pheromones" and "wily ways." I hate to admit it, but the brat's got some kind of spell over them. He's like a magician who just wants me to "poof" and disappear from every room he's in.
He sits in the lap of luxury, while this mama's boy croons over mom's lap. He hogs the bay window as much as he hogs the food. This scrappy critter eats what should be my scraps, so it's no wonder we get into scrapes.
I am crabby because I am HUNGRY. And I am sick and tired of him bragging about all of his supposedly good qualities.
In addition, we must share the same litter box. He creates Hemi mountains of urine. When he pees, it sounds like the tropical rainforest after a monsoon. He just stands there and pees while I finish my novel.
Not reading a novel. Writing one on all things cat coming to a bookstore near you in summer 2010 LOL.
In addition, I always enjoy quiet, but Hemi runs on these wooden floors like a maniac. Back and forth, back and forth, and the noise is tromp, tromp, tromp from his crazy little gallop. Sliding on the mats, smacking into the litterbox, causing the litter to fly everywhere, wafting his pungent pee odor.
And frankly, I've been jealous that he's gotten so much of the attention and so much of the food.
I just wanted to feel loved.
But luckily, my mom is smart, and she knows her baby girl instinctively. She has been pouring extra TLC my way, and keeping the feline hound from my food bowl. Mom is being so good to me, that it's time to take off the boxing gloves and declare this round over.