Monday, June 04, 2007


Sympathy seems to be leaning toward my adversary, so I think you all need to see what I am dealing with on a daily basis.

Here I am, trying to enjoy a quiet breakfast. But Noooooooooo. I have to watch my back because that damn kitten is lying in wait on the bookshelf.

You see? What kind of a life is this?

Elizabeth the Cat


ppb said...

Girlkitty here:
I have to use the human's account because I don't have one even though HE WHO ANNOYS does.

Your indignation is indeed righteous. Kittens must not be allowed to run amuk, torturing dignified elder stateswomen like us.

I say your human should cage the little beast until it is old enough to go to boarding school.

Of course, who am I to talk. My kitten is currently eating out of my bowl. I get no respect.

Presbyterian Gal said...

Hi I'm Lucy and I'm also tortured by a black demon cat. She's not a kitten, but I understand your pain.

Right now there is nuthin' you can do. Nuthin. But someday you will have your chance.

Unfortunately, chances are that by then the little furball will have become some kind of decent company and you won't have the desire any more. But never, ever turn your back is all I'm sayin.

Littlemankitty said...

Hey! Little kitties can be nice, too!

Rev Dave said...

I don't mean to blame the victim here, but what do you expect when you leave your twitching tail in sight while the rest of you is around the corner?

Gannet Girl said...

Sweetie, I think you're going to have to develop a sense of humor.

Sue said...

I'm with rev dave on this one...a swishing tale is too much of a temptation for a wee kitteh.