Hi evfurrybuddy, it's me Dori! *wavy paws*
Do yoo make rezzylooshuns? Us cats are not prone to planning ahead, especially committing to something that is supposed to last all year long. However, I am making a special rezzylooshun in the case of my brofur, Wabbit.
Yoo see, my welationship wif Wabbit has finally peaked, and we are taking a bweak.
I showed just how unhappy I am about being Wabbit's play toy the other night when I marched up to the couch and turned my tail to it. Momma saw me and gasped with disbelief! It was only a slight spray, but it made a huge impression. Momma consulted Dr Google and he said stwess was the main reason I spwayed.
Truthfully, I did feel sorry about acting out after Momma put the couch cover into the wash. Yes, we have couch covers because accidents happen, and around here with so many seniors, daily accidents of some kind are the norm. I'm always a Good Girl, but even us Good Girls have limits.
It's not that Wabbit is a bad cat. He's a Turkish Van, like my pwecious Hwermie. However Hwermie is not 100 purrcent Van, we think he has a lot of Angora in him too, which makes him sweet. Whereas Wabbit is 100 purrcent Van from exotic blue ribbon pawrents and grandpawrents. That's kinda like being royal without all the curtsying and worrying about being on the cover of the Bwitish tabloids.
Wabbit is highly intelligent and easily gets bored. Mom and Dad get that and they try to invent games and new stuff to stimulate him all the time. But I'm a petite girl at 7 pounds and when 15 pound Wabbit decides it would be stimulating to hunt me and jump on my back, that's not okay. I don't like it at all.
So with that said, no matter how much Wabbit sweet-meows me, I do not want to be his furend any more!
Until Next Time...