Went for a morning stroll in the woods. Heard
a strange crying sound, a bit like Brat-2 on a bad day, so I
went to investigate just in case he had escaped from the house.
But it was a young fox. One of his legs was caught in a trap and
he had been stuck there for three days without any food. I felt
sorry for the poor thing, Kitsune is his name. I hurried to
Old-Grey-Fur to get food. She gave me a chicken leg and I took
it to Kitsune, without eating a single bite. I got Lucky to help
me chew through the trap rope - it took us hours! Kitsune’s leg
must be broken for he was unable to walk. With our help, he
managed to drag himself to the safety of a hollowed out tree.
We’ll take him more food tomorrow.
My teeth are aching!
Philosophy for Cats
Philosophy for Cats is a collection of wit and
wisdom from the greatest cat philosophers that ever skulked our
planet. From renowned thinkers of the past such as Catfuscious
and Cuddles Darwin to modern philosophers such as Miss Fluffy
and Snowball, this little book is crammed to the tip of its
whiskers with gems of knowledge. Whether you are a cat, a human
or indeed a member of any other species, you will benefit
greatly from reading the thoughts of Catkind’s most eminent
intellectuals. So read on and prepare to be amazed and amused at
this fascinating insight into the lives of cats.
The pessimistic cat sees the bowl of cream as being half empty.
The optimistic cat sees the bowl of cream as being half full.
The wise cat sees the bowl and eats the cream.
- M. T. D’Lemma, 1908
I overheard my human say, “You are what you eat”. This is very
worrying, for today I’ve eaten three mice and four frogs.
- Anx Hiety, 2011
I meow therefore I am.
I sleep therefore I am happy.
I purr therefore I am adored.
- René Descats, 1666
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