Deer Na Dude
Youse know mine little sisfur Sugar well most of de tyme wez gud. But lately she uz acting like a poop head
Iz started getting acne bumps and de mama drags me to de Vet to get dem check out and popped sum tymes
When I getz home already feeling shitty fur having to go to stabby place she spends de rest of de nite hizzzing at me. What gives. I was only gone one hour not over night.
I have to go again and I is not looking forward to attitude from little miss
Your Canuck fan
Tell her this: if she doesn’t quit being mean to you after going to the stabby place, your mom is going to start taking HER along, too, so that you both smell the same after. That’s why she hisses—you don’t smell right anymore. But sometimes the solution is to take both kitties in at the same time, so if she doesn’t want to have to get stuffed into a PTU and taken somewhere she might be stabbed n the butt by an overl enthusiastic stabby guy, then she needs to chill and be nice.
And I feel your pain about the acne. I get it on my chin, too. The solution for me was a super shallow, not-stainless-steel dish. For some reason stainless steel does it to me, and too-deep dishes does, too. I don’t get taken in to get them popped, though. Just get my face washed which I TOTALLY HATE.
I hope the woman is feeling better! Do you kitties know when your people are sick? I’ve been a little off lately and my Kitty takes every opportunity to jump up on my lap or lay on me or curl up with me (which she doesn’t usually do). Is she trying to help me get better? Or trying to lay on my head to suffocate me?
Thanks for your wisdom Max! Lots of Love, Kitty Calais servant mother!
She’s feeling loads better, thanks.
I know when my People are getting sick and I try hard to sit on them and make them feel better. I’m pretty sure other kitties do, too. I mean, if we let you get too sick, who would open cans for us and give us crunchy treats and the occasional real life fresh dead steak or shrimp? We have a vested interest in your ongoing health.
I take my job pretty seriously, too. Once, the Woman was super sick, like sicker than she had ever been before, and I knew right away my job was to make sure no one bothered her. So you know what I did? I GROWLED AT THE MAN. I wouldn’t let him get near her during her misery. At first he was upset, but then he understood I was just doing my job, so he rewarded me with crunchy treats.
People smell different when they’re sick, so that’s a clue. And the whole being curled up in a ball in bed is a hint, too. When Calais jumps on you she’s probably trying to engage in a little purr therapy, which is scientifically proven to cure 27.89% of the world’s ills.
Now that the Woman is feeling better, we’re getting back to work—the next Wick After Dark book is with the editor and we’re SUPER close to finishing a novella that will be part of The Wick Chronicles—but for tonight and maybe tomorrow, I think this is what I’ll be doing:
It’s a hard life, eh?
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