Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

It's a Cat's Life for Me, If You Please

Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

It's a Cat's Life for Me, If You Please

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Byline: OVER THE FENCE Jane Staunton

I HAVEN'T mentioned athatafeline of mine lately. Reason being Rosie and I are having a royal stand-off and she is totally, not at all in my good books.

I can't figure why a cat, who is spoiled rotten in more ways than one, particularly in the food department, finds it necessary to kill and chew birdsa[degrees]not aeata them, just chew them and leave bits and feathers everywhere.

This has happened twice of late and I am not impressed. On discussing the situation with Rosie her feeble explanation was, aWell, I'm a cat. What do you expect. I'm a mini lion, part of the great big famous four cat family, and they are always killing other animals.

aAnd, besides, I'm well and truly over those poxy Whiskas sac-het things. Even Tiger, my mate, who visits from down the road, hates them. I want real and proper meat, like a buffalo leg or something.a

Hmmm, I had to meditate on this for a bit to calm down and really couldn't find a come-back initially. …

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