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Kitty

A letter to my human...

Dear Daddy,
I am really writing this because I know you were mad at me for biting you last night. First of all I am not in denial! I did have a bad day yesterday. I chased a mouse for almost 2 hours and it finally disappeared. I know the birds and squirrels were watching cause I heard the leaves in the trees moving around. Once I think I heard a chattering kind of sound like squirrels do. They were laughing at me and this is a lot of pressure to bear. I came into the house to your bed for comfort. After being comfortable and finally putting the day behind me you came to bed and made me move. I lost control for a minute and bit you on the hand. I did not mean to really bite you I just wanted you to know how upset I was and wanted to just scrape my teeth on your hand. I just got carried away. It was kind of like the whole world was laughing at me! You scowled at me as if you were mad. It was then that I kind of woke up to what I had done to my Daddy.

You didn't talk to me even when I extended my tail so many times. I followed you out to the front yard and back several times and you paid no attention to me. I felt so bad about all this. Remember tonight when I sat outside the kitchen window looking in? I spent about an hour cleaning my whole body so I would look good. You looked at me and you let me in and you started talking to me and squeezing my tail (I like that) Since you forgave me I have been so happy I could sort of cry.
No other Kitty could have better parents, and I am unanimous in my feeling.

Since I know you are OK now and don't hold a grudge I can share a little poem I wrote. I guess I'm like you!

There once was a cat they called Kitty,
Who lived in the San Rafael City,
He bit Daddy's hand, Daddy's hand did expand,
And that's the end of this Ditty.

Signed,
your Kitty

 

   


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