He had just time to breathe, "Oh, wow!
I like humping fleece things while going oww, wowww, do you? This was Not Fair. And then she went up on a piece of furniture that was higher than me and looked down on me all superior the way she does.
Her and her Deliberations, phhht.
So I went in the middle of the floor and looked away from everybody and made my eyes all greeny and lashed my tail and said grrrr, grrrr, ooowwwwooo. And then when the human put me in the Private Place I bit her. I am sorry for that part, but sometimes bites come out and have to be bitten.
But now I am feeling better and softer and when the human comes to the door she will bring me a treat because she always does. I forgot to mention a refinement to the Fourth Deliberation with which you are doubtless familiar; it concerns computers and tails.
With practice, and constant delicate flicking adjustments, it is possible to cover a surprising number of the keys that the human wants to tap upon. This can often result in being invited, even if somewhat ungently, onto the Lap. That is where I currently reside. Of course I do not look down on anyone even when I am superior to them.
I am Ignoring; but the ignorant do not recognize this. Saying phhht is excessively kittenish and you are not a kitten any more. Consider, for example, that you have a Private Place, in which you may withdraw, or be withdrawn, to practice both the Foundational and the Great Fifth Deliberations at leisure.
Kittens have no Private Places except momentarily inside cartons, drawers, cupboards, etc. You are a fortunate young Cat and should behave as such.
I entirely understand and approve of your philosophy of bites. If I had not lost my lower fangs when a foolish and trusting youth, I was attacked by a viciously unstable small end-tablemy own practice of the custom would be even more effective than it is.
I favor the wrist, which bleeds most satisfactorily, do you? As for humping, I feel perhaps you should consult your Aunt on this subject. It concerns gender, about which I find my ideas not as clear as I should like them to be.
I know that gender is what divides us into Toms and Queens, but having begun life I am quite certain as a Tom kitten, I do not seem to be a Tom cat, yet am quite certain that I am not an old Queen. Perhaps fleece blankets and shirts do not have the peculiar fascination for you that they have for me, so I shall say no more about humping at this time.
I wish you excellent, crunchy, utterly undeserved treats. Uncle Zorro Zorro to Frederika: Dear Fredi, Ah what poetry is in your saying: When I had a companion we were both young and ignorant. I bit him all the time. He never bit back, which was annoying, though I now understand it as showing that he was more advanced in the Foundational Deliberation than I.
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