Monday, 13 April 2015

K Is For Cat Karma

Today in the A to Z Challenge...

K is for Cat Karma

ANYONE who has ever owned a cat knows all about Kitty Karma. You go on holiday for a week and you get the cold shoulder for days when you come home. Indescribable objects turn up in odd places around the house. You find a half-chewed mouse under the table, a couple of slugs wending their slimy way across the expensive sitting-room carpet and a lump of decomposed vegetation in the bed. Cat Karma. 

You accidentally step on his tail and for the next day there are baleful eyes staring at you whenever you look up - he wouldn't look at a serial killer any differently - and when you fetch your umbrella to go out in the pouring rain someone has deposited a fur ball in it. Cat Karma.

You try to fool him with a buy-one-get-one-free brand of inferior cat food. He ignores it completely but still manages to throw up a gallon of vomit in inaccessible places all around the house. Cat Karma.

So, although the man below definitely got everything he deserved, I had the merest, tiniest, minutest smidgeon of sympathy.








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6 comments:

Shweta Dave said...

While I smiled and laughed, I sympathized as well :) that's a nice post indeed.

S. L. Hennessy said...

I am SO aware of cat Karma. We tried to sneak in some cheaper tuna...yeah, that did NOT go well.

Good luck with the 2015 A to Z Challenge!
A to Z Co-Host S. L. Hennessy
http://pensuasion.blogspot.com

Birgit said...

Oh that guy deserved it and I love it!!! Oh we all know cat karma. Throw up seem to be the fav around here as well as looks that could kill

Mark Clough said...

That bloke definitely had it coming.

Book Dragon said...

No sympathy. Totally had it coming. My cats must be dog-like and they aren't hunters so no gifts. Almost instant forgiveness and throw up piles are easily accessible - like in our walking path.

Gina, I'm #1255 today, blogging at Book Dragon's Lair

That's Purrfect said...

Thank you for your comments, everyone. I will be round to visit your blogs soon.