What a great, great pity! πŸ˜ž

Hhrrru? 😻

This is MishMish. I just woke up. I slept for most of the day. Guess what? Mila’s got me very yummy sausages, and I can have one every day! Just one… 😦 Isn’t it a shame? But I am glad anyway that at least I can have one sausage, they are very yummy and smell heavenly, but the peeps say they are super smelly, as if there was something very poisonous in them. I don’t believe it. I think they exaggerate as always. For them everything is smelly. Even me, sometimes. Zofijka says I have bad breath! How dare she?! Mila says that Zofijka shouldn’t say that I have bad breath because it’s not my fault but theirs, because they should care for my dental hygiene more. But even I don’t care about it and to be honest I really dislike that weird stuff they put on my teeth when they do that, and that I have to sit still and they put their big peep claws in my mouth. I always do a big drama of it. And it pays off as you can see because then they don’t want to do it anymore. But it’s also awful of them because it’s like they don’t even care if I get gum disease or something like that and die! Or my teeth fall out and I’ll starve myself to death! Russian blue cats get gum disease easily, but noo, my peeps are too lazy to care. And then when my gums will start to rot, they will be all acting innocent and like: “Oh, poor Misha, we wonder why his gums are so bad, and why he is so smelly!” as if they had nothing to do with it. But that’s of course humans for ya…

But I didn’t want to rant about that. I wanted to rant about something else. Also closely peep related. I overheard a conversation Mum had with Mila and Zofija in the morning. She said: “I’ve got an idea. I think it’ll be worth trying to finally make some space for Misha to go out on the terrace, so that he won’t run away. I think I’ll do it today”. As you can imagine if you know me, and hopefully you do by now, my heart skipped with joy. Yayyy, yaaaay! I will go out. I will play in the sun. I will look at the big world! I will catch magpies and seagulls and give them to my peeps and eat them every day for dinner – the magpies and seagulls, not the peeps! – They will see how brave and strong I am, and not as they say – “That clumsy Misha can’t even catch a half-dead fly.”! – Mum went out somewhere, I thought in preparation to make a “space” for me, and, full of happy, fuzzy feelings, I went to sleep. I slept for a long time. I woke up at dinner time and looked around to see how’s Mum’s work going. There were no signs of progress, though. Any progress. None at all. Peeps are stupid. And then I went downstairs and found Mum vegging out on the couch in the living room, in front of the telly. What the f…feline?! And then I overheard another lovely peep convo. “So what’s with that run for Misha?” “Ah, no, I thought it through” – said Mum – “and I don’t think it’s worth the effort. I’d have to climb the ladder and I think I’m too afraid to do that”. Like, what? What’s so scary about climbing the ladder? Climbing anything really? Climbing’s so, so much fun. I wonder why the peeps – who are so cocky that they are smart and know waaay more than me –
haven’t discovered the joys of climbing yet. “And other than that” – Mum continued – “what if I’d do it, and make it for him, and he’d be bored after a couple of days, as he often is? My effort will be even more worthless. And I just don’t feel in the mood” Me? Seriously, me?! I may get quickly bored by boring things, but I will never, ever, in a million years, get bored of the outside. It’s just so frustrating they don’t get such simple things. She isn’t in the mood… It’s not the matter of mood, for Russian blue heaven’s sake! So I went back to sleep, and, as you know, I just woke up. And I feel very sad and disappointed, still. I think I just have to get used to it and be happy with just looking through the window. Sometimes what you have just has to be enough for you and you either accept it, or continue being constantly grumpy and unhappy for the rest of your life. If it’s up to me even a little bit, I’d better try to be happy and satisfied with what I have.

How has your week been, pets and peeps? Any frustrations? Or was it a happy week for you?

Mishpurrs. πŸ’œ πŸ’š πŸ’™


6 thoughts on “What a great, great pity! πŸ˜ž”

  1. On behalf of fellow cat parents, Misha, I apologize that we are often “I am gonna/I was gonna” couch potatoes. But you felines have to admit, your attention span is pretty limited. So keep to that window and enjoy what my furbabies call “cat TV” and dream of the day you can wow your humans with some sort of prey dropped at their feet. It can happen as long as you keep dreaming, dude…

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    1. Yes, I like my cat TV, it’s always something. And I guess I’m quite lucky because I have another cat TV too – an aquarium with fish, that’s also a fairly good substitute for the real world. – And I will always dream, as long as I have to. I know that, sooner or later, the feline era will come, and things will change in the world, and I will be the tsar of it.
      Misha πŸ’œ

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  2. mish mish, hi! its me, nitro! Right now I am frustrated with mom! she’s ignoring me and I wanna go out! I will pee in the bedroom soon if she doesnt quit doing that to me! πŸ˜› Im sorry your peeps wont let you go out! bummer!

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    1. Hhrrru? Nitro! 😻
      Oh no that’s really awful! I hope your mummy finally let you out and you didn’t have to pee in the bedroom. I hate it when I can’t go to my loo for some reason, it stresses me out and I’m not used to peeing just anywhere. So I know how it feels. And I hate when Mila or anyone else won’t let me out of their room when I’m in there and want to go out.
      Yesterday, my peeps did let me out of the house for a short while. A very short while, but that’s always something, right? I got to see the river on our backyard, and Zofijka was pretending she wants to throw me in the water. It was very sunny, I love feeling warmed up by the sun, and I love the smell of fresh air.
      Misha πŸ’œ

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      1. That’s very nice. You must have enjoyed that. I love the water. I love swimming. My mum doesn’t take me very often but when she does I love to go in the water πŸ˜„

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    2. Oh yes I enjoyed that very much! I have no idea about swimming, but I love water too. I love looking at it as it moves, and hear it splashing, and I like drinking it but I guess it’s not the best idea to drink it from the river so I didn’t.


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