Chickie At Ease #Caturday #TipperAndChickie

HELLO! My name is CHICKIE!

I been so good!

Tipper: How good?

Well, mostly good.

I been going upstairs wif with Poppy almost every night and sleeping all night. And I didn’t break one single fing thing all week. All two weeks!

Just been looking out the window.

Letting Mommy wrap me up inna blanket.

Posing for pictures.

Draw me like one of your French girls.

Tipper: What about your “rounds”?

Well, but that’s not being bad. That’s communicating wif with hoomans. See, I start with the flowerdy chair. I go behind it and mrow so Poppy looks, then I scratch the material. He yells at me. Then I jump on the one thing and run across it and jump on the dining table and run across it and jump on the high thing. Poppy yells at me to get off the furniture. Then I jump down and scratch the couch and he yells at me. Then I start all over again.

Finally, Poppy gets up and takes me upstairs or plays red-dot with me. Sometimes I hafta have to go around a lotsa times before he gets the message.


Tipper says I’m almost one, so I hafta have to start writing good like he does. So he’s fixing my bad stuff. He’s really smart!

A WRITING PROMPT FOR ANIMALS: What do you have to do to communicate with your hoomans?


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One thought on “Chickie At Ease #Caturday #TipperAndChickie

    • Marian Allen

      March 31, 2019 at 2:48pm

      He stays out of trouble these days. Chickie’s the naughty one now. Tipper keeps his head down and snuggles. 🙂

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  1. Andrea Flory

    March 31, 2019 at 3:47am

    My kids find it hard to get my attention too, sometimes, like when I’m writing. That’s why they hop up on my desk and sit in front of the monitor. I’ve tried doing the x-ray vision thing, but it just doesn’t work…not that I’m suggesting /you/ do that. -cough-
    I noticed how well you’re writing now too. Tipper is doing a good job.:)

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    • Marian Allen

      March 31, 2019 at 2:51pm

      My furkids stay out of my way when I’m on the computer. I just put them on the floor or on the chair next to me consistently, and they eventually get in the habit of ASKING for attention instead of doing the butt-in-my-face dance. Of course, I think that’s more a case of my being lucky than of my being a cat-trainer. Who can train a cat?

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      • Andrea Flory

        April 1, 2019 at 5:23am

        Who indeed? I suspect it’s really the other way around. I know mine have me trained pretty well. The only time I have the upper hand is when the vacuum cleaner comes out. I don’t even have to turn it on and they scarper. 😀 Not that I’d do that deliberately….

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