I was up bright and early and where were they? Under the duvet, snoring, the pair of them. Not even my cold wet nose pressed against their faces managed to wake them. My plaintive meow had no effect, neither did walking all over them.
I left them to it and strolled to the kitchen for breakfast. And, guess what, the darned bowl was empty, not a sniff of chicken, rabbit or whatever to be found.
I stalked around a bit and gave myself a good wash, thinking they'll be up any minute. But, no.
So what's a girl to do? I went into the sitting-room and found three spiders. They're ex-spiders now. They didn't taste bad. Then I found some fluff and swallowed it down. Then, result, under the sofa was that dried up bit of pork I had been saving for a rainy day and forgotten about. That rainy day has arrived - it went down a treat.
I had a couple of gulps of water to make sure all the ingredients were nicely marinated, waited a few minutes, and puked half of it up in the old man's shoe and half in the old woman's.
They overslept. To say they weren't best pleased when they thrust their feet into their shoes was an under-statement.
They than ran around getting everything ready for work. They were like headless chickens, and as I said, I really don't know why.
[Written before lockdown, neither of them are working at the moment.]
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