#Caturday Katya On The Case

KATYAcKatya Graymalkin here.

Mom bought a new (refurbished) laptop, which I love. When she works in the office on her desktop, I have to sit in a chair or on the desk on the other side of the tower case. When she works in the front room on a laptop, I can sit next to her on the couch.

She also bought a new case to carry the laptop in. It’s a battery case, with zippers and pockets and pouches and wires and a rechargeable battery, so she can work on her laptop for a long time in the last place I want her to be — away from me!

Here’s a picture she took of me doing what cats do best: claiming your things as their own. I would like to think that, if I’m on the case, Mom can’t take her laptop and go anywhere, but I no longer have any illusions about that. She would shift me in a heartbeat. KatyaonCase

Oh, well, she always comes back, and that’s the important thing.

A WRITING PROMPT FOR ANIMALS: What do you do to try to keep your human(s) from wanting to leave you alone?

KG

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One thought on “#Caturday Katya On The Case

  1. Jane

    September 28, 2013 at 9:15am

    Katya, I am happy you appreciate the advances of technology! Claim away!

    Tootsie would see me packing up the go-bag and go nuts. She’d crouch under the chair growling in a loud and creepy way (just the way she did everything), and if I should come back to get something I forgot, she’d make a big angry charge at me, with more growling, just to remind me how unhappy she was. She finally got to go to the farm and growl at real critters. I hear she enjoyed it. And when I headed to the car, and she realized I was leaving her, she just went, “Huh,” and turned around and walked away. No long goodbyes, Tootsie, oh, I see. No problem.

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