10:00 AM: No! No! No! This can’t be
happening! Someone must have grassed on me! I’ve been thrown
into prison! It’s called Cattery-Prison and it’s a grim, dark
place; from my tiny cell I can see row upon row of cells, each
one filled with an evil, hardened criminal. This is a nightmare.
I’d cry but I’m afraid the other inmates will hear and think
that I’m weak.
4:25 PM: During exercise break I was
allowed out of my cell and was able to walk around the securely
fenced exercise area. There were a number of other inmates there
too. I was rather nervous that one might attack me but everyone
was very civilized. I expect criminals have a code of honor. I
met a pretty, grey Tonkinese called Duno Wong. She doesn’t look
like a criminal but she admitted that a few days before being
detained she had climbed onto the kitchen table and eaten a huge
cream cake. Her humans must have shopped her - how terribly
We spoke in hushed voices so as not to
attract the attention of the guard.
“What are you in for?” she whispered.
“Stealing a woolly-blue-thingy-with-a-small-tinkly-bell.”
“Why did you steal that?” she asked, in an
almost mocking voice.
“Everything has its purpose,” I replied
coolly, not wanting to reveal that I am part of an organized
She told me that no one has had a trial or
knows for how long they are to be imprisoned.
11:55 PM: I can’t sleep. I’m too
scared. There could be a murderer in the next cell for all I
know! I wish I could climb into my warm, cozy bed and cuddle up
against my humans. Life is so unjust!