We felines usually like to keep a low profile, the better to keep humans in the dark about our amazing capabilities. This is what we call “The Feline Code” and its extreme importance is drilled into all kittens even before their eyes are open.
I’ve explained before that if the wrong human were to find out how we cats have been scamming you guys all these years, we could be in real trouble! We couldn’t get by with acting all mysterious and aloof anymore. Even worse, we might have to start working for our food like horses and obeying your every command like dogs. Our way of life would be TOAST!
I hope I don’t have to remind you that the existence of the Feline Code is a TOP SECRET secret, so don’t go blabbing it around.
I’m just a teeny-tiny bit worried about a group of cats in a Los Angeles animal shelter who are pushing the boundaries of the Feline Code. From what I’ve seen in the news, they are using an iPad app called “Paint for Cats” to create works of art that the shelter staff are turning into note cards to sell online for $5.99 a pack.
Here is an example:
There’s nothing in the report saying these cats are getting extra cans of Tuna Delight for their services. Now that I could understand. But these cats seem to be jeopardizing the Feline Code for a mere fifteen minutes of fame—and that’s just WRONG!
Of course, it’s possible that I’m the one who’s wrong. But I have no way of knowing since I don’t have an iPad, let alone any apps. So if anyone would like to donate their iPad to Operation Blog, I would selflessly sacrifice my time to play—I mean, do scholarly research on the subject of Cat Painting.