The humans took me to the vet today. Not quite sure why, as I’m the epitome of health.
No, really, I am.
The vet was extremely impressed with my physique. He said I looked incredibly fit, and obviously well taken care of (of course – I have trained my servants well).
He was also completely in awe with the beauty of my wonderful coat, and he wasn’t the only one. The nurses all agreed that they couldn’t remember the last time they had seen a cat with such stunning coat. Their words, not mine. It is therefore proven once and for all: I am awesome.
I couldn’t help but notice that, despite my idiot sister also being there, I was the only one receiving compliments. The vet and nurses clearly don’t care much for smelly, chubby, overly excited dogs. What can I say? Some of us are born beautiful, others simply have to make do with mediocrity. I suppose it’s not her fault.
She’s still annoying, though.
Not so beautiful.
I don’t have many toys. Very occasionally, the humans will bring me a new one. Usually, they suck.
This was one of the rare occasions, however, when they brought me something that was actually half decent.
It was a green box, with the face of a strange white kitty on it. Inside the box was a strange glass bottle, which I was happy for the humans to get rid of. The box was the real toy, and it managed to entertain me for well over half an hour, until I grew bored with it.
Sometimes, those humans are actually pretty good at knowing what I want. Most of the time, they haven’t got a clue, though.
Thank you, humans.
Design: 4/5 – nice six-sided construction, interesting colour, though the kitten face is a little unrealistic (some might say cartoony)
Fun factor: 4/5 – quite entertaining, and easy to play with, while still posing enough of a challenge
Durability: 3/5 – resisted most of my attacks, but prone to flattening under stress
Value for money: 2/5 – pretty expensive for a small cardboard box, really
I’m a girl. I have ribbons in my hair. Or maybe they’re my ears. I’m not sure. Yay!
I'm a girl.
I have ribbons in my hair. Yay!