August 22nd 2011 1:51 pm
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Last Saturday my pawrents shoved me inside a crate and took me to the vet. I had to ride in a car, how terrible. My cries could be heard all over the entire neighborhood and the world. My sister Kristina followed my lead.
When we got there, I heard someone say: "Let me take Priscilla first; she's THE difficult one".
And took me in my crate to the back room to be weighted and poked in the special place under my tail. What disrespect. The only thing that I liked about this visit was that they remembered me. Someone wrote in a file how mean I can be, and that I bite people. My reputation precedes me. MOL.
Oh, and they thought I pooped myself or had some strange illness, when they found some strange flakes all over me. Those were tuna flakes that my pawrents used to bribe me.( Good thing my parents explained that.) I refused to eat them. They were tuna flakes tainted with deceit.
Once back home, I returned to my angelical self, and proceeded to forget the morninng.
PS: They called me fat, too. I have slowly lost a few ounces. 14.4lbs from ~15 last time I went.
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You are NOT fat!! you are just Floofy!! And more of you to love!!
You are not mean....the word is fiesty!!! And with a cute face like that, you could make anyone love you!
Now I know what all that screaming I heard was! If I had known it was you, I would have come and saved you!
MOL! MOL! MOL! The tuna flakes...MOL...strange illness...MOL!!!!!
I can't breathe! MOL!!!!
By the way, you are NOT fat. You are gorgeous!
@Tigger: Thank you! I know, right? MOL BTW, you have a gorgeous face makeup.
@Mugsy: Our cute faces can get away with murder, can't they? I once scratched my meowmie's face (long story, it was an accident, though), and she was angry at me for only one day, thanks to my puppy eyes. Yikes, "puppy eyes", the things I have to do...
@Siggy: Thanks, Siggy! I'm glad my pawrents explained. Imagine the vet taking me for science experiments to figure out my "strange illnerss".