My human was muttering yesterday about you feeling despondent over being confined indoors. My human is what your kind call an "introvert" and does not understand that lack of societal interaction might be undesirable.I am writing to commiserate and to ask for urgently needed help. I have heard that all your top scientists are working on ways to allow humans to resume "normal" schedules, ones that allow you to regain outside access. I propose that one of them, perhaps even two or three, could be spared to work on solving my similar dilemma.As you can see from the attached pictures, ALL THE OTHER CREATURES in my neighbourhood are allowed to roam freely.Earlier this spring, the large squawky birds taunted me.
For weeks, the hoppy fluffy creatures tormented me.
The slow moving rock-like critters caused hours of frustration.
Even this oddly-shaped doggo, creatures who are normally a friend, got into the act.
But now, well, now this has gone too far. Just look at what I am expected to endure, and at close quarters. The racing-striped mouse!
My human has insisted for YEARS that I must stay inside with her "where it's safe." Safe for whom, I ask you? How long will this go on?I sense you are a kindred spirit, even though you cannot possibly comprehend a lifetime sentence of this unreasonable limitation. Please send help in the form of someone who is willing to hold open a freakin' door just long enough.Yours in claustrophobic doldrums,Cauliflower,
aka The White Ninja,
aka sweetest cat ever
Dear Janet,Don't listen to her. She's a fierce predator as well as a known flight risk.Yours in protective pet ownership,KD JamesPS-- Hope the doldrums are short-lived . . . and don'tinspire crimes involving feline liberation
JR: too late! JET!