Well, it was my own fault, I really should have known better—tossed my fuzzy slippers under the furnace vent to warm up and when I went to get them Mimi was acting as if she’d been sleeping on them for hours and had no intention of moving. But then, even if she’d only been there for minutes, seconds, she would have had no intention of moving. I guess she has the right to sleep wherever she pleases, and of course it’s just not right to move the cat.
But they were nice and toasty warm when I swiped them after she got up to go have a drink of water! Hey, she took advantage of me, turnabout is fair play! And then she decided to sleep on my lap, and that’s okay too, we both got our way.
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The whispered conversation in this post will explain the need to “act normal”.
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