Annals of Athena

A green mousie

January 5th 2012 5:15 am
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It was a green catnip mousie, practically new—I’d only had it for about a week, and it hadn’t even lost its tail yet. And I’d only carried it into the bedroom a couple of times for my nightly concerts—after all, there were also the pink, orange, and blue mousies to consider. I don’t like any mousie to feel neglected.

But now it’s gone! So quickly. And all because I bit off its head—dad said he was afraid I might swallow one of the pieces by accident, so he picked them up and threw them away.

But why did the head come off so easily, after just one bite? Or series of bites? It seems that they just don’t make catnip mousies the way they used to!

 
 

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Purred by: Riley

January 5th 2012 at 3:03 pm

Sorry that happen to your mousies, Athena. Maybe your pawrents will buy you new ones!
Purred by: Riley

January 5th 2012 at 3:09 pm

Sorry that happen to your mousies, Athena. Maybe your pawrents will buy you new ones!
Purred by: Kaci Sunshine - Beloved Angel (Catster Member)

January 5th 2012 at 7:33 pm

Athena, I'm very sorry you lost your green mousie and your other new mousies! It's too bad they were so poorly made but it seems nothing is made very good nowadays. Hope your pawrents find new ones that are better made.

Love,
Kaci
Purred by: Athena (Catster Member)

January 5th 2012 at 10:49 pm

You're right, Kaci, nothing is made very good nowadays! Including humans, BTW! It's amazing how delicate their skin is--the least little accidental touch with your claw, and they're already perforated. . . .
Purred by: ishtar *proud wobnapt* (Catster Member)

January 6th 2012 at 5:40 am

:(( sorry for you, athena! you really should train your humans to REPAIR mousies - after all they brought them and have to care for THEM, too!!!


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