*Prances around, Head up High*
*Singing* DDPPPPPeeeee *low deep meow voice* DDPpppeeeeee.
Well, if you haven’t heard by now, I am DDP today. I do have to say it’s cool to share this with my good furend Milo Blue Eyes.
Thank you all for reading my diary, even after the maid stopped typing for me for several months. She is back on her job again, and has been doing okay.
I have learned that meowing a lot is a great way to get your hooman moving, anytime of the day. So, get your meows going this week and find out how many more treats you get, how many more toys the hoomans pull out from under your favorite hiding place.
If your hooman feels your rules aren’t working for them, here’s a few easy tips (from my Hoomans 101 class):
1. Big eyes (normally works fast),
2. Tummy roll (most hoomans turn in to putty),
3. Do not let allow your hoomans to watch My Cat from Hell. Jackson will brain wash your hooman into thinking they have the right to redirect your behavior. (I will teach a special class on this later in the month).
Ignoring your hooman drives them nuts. Ignoring is best used if you want a treat or extra attention.
Let me know how these tips work for you.
I have to go inspect the maids work.
Summer classes start June 1, cats of all ages are welcome.