Thursday, 10 September 2020

Toffee Cat Meets A Child

WARNING! WARNING! There is a child is in the house, brought in by its mother. I am keeping an eye on it as I know from previous experience that these miniature hoomans are prone to erratic behaviour.

Luckily this one seems to be both static and mute, which are qualities to which all miniature hoomans should aspire.

Then the old man said to mute miniature hooman, “What’s the matter, buddy. Cat got your tongue?” Bloody typical. I get blamed for everything in this house. NO, I DO NOT HAVE MINIATURE HOOMAN’S TONGUE.

(Have you looked under the sofa?)

Cats and children do not always mix, although I know lots of cats who love children. Go figure...

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  1. Thank you for visiting our blog, Toffee!
    It's good that the mini-human (or little sticky people) stayed quiet; they can be very noisy and sticky if left unchecked!
    And do not worry about tongues; it's an old human saying.

    1. We have miniature hoomans in the family but they have learned to steer clear of me. I was worried about this one because I hadn't seen it before (and never want to see it again)!