Friday, 10 January 2020

If Cats Could Text (OR DOGS)

Funny, despite grammatical errors! (Photo' via my neighbour Barbara B.)


2:00 p.m. you leave the house.  The dog gets testy and texty.

2:05 p.m.    "Papa, you've been gone FOR EVER".

2:10 p.m.     "You promised that you would be back SOON.

2:15 p.m.    "There's a MONSTER outside the house/ i'm scared".

2:20 p.m.    " You say that you love me, then you leave me".                          

2:25 p.m.     "I am  hungry.  You haven't fed me  for three                                    whole  days".                             

2:30 p.m.      "The cat is looking at me.  Tell her to stop".

2:35 p.m.       "I knew it, you are cheating on me with Lassie"

2:40 p.m         "I'll give you five more minutes, then I'm calling                              the  Humane Society."

2:42 p.m.        I return home.  "Gimmee a treat and I'll forgive                             and forget,  but I really missed you Papa".

In truth I learned from the Humane Society not to make a fuss when I leave my home without Zion, not so much as saying good bye.  Thus my dog learns that I will leave and I will return  - it's all part of our life together, So when I leave our home Zion knows that this is normal, and  that he does not need to be anxious.  
What I wrote above is just for fun.

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