A Cat-astrophe!

One of Cindy’s real cats, Molly, has been a little on edge lately. She’s constantly galloping through the house, leaping to the top of the fridge, and from there to the cupboards to look down at the rest of us.

Because I’m such an extraordinarily nice guy, I had a little chat with her to find out what the trouble is.

Turns out, she’s worried. See, in June three years ago, my alter ego, Snickers died at the ripe old age of 21. This left Molly and her sister, Misty, to get all the attention around the house. And Molly was quite happy with this arrangement. In August, Cindy’s family packed up the car, then drove away with their boy to someplace called college. He didn’t come back until Thanksgiving.

But here is the important part: A few weeks after the boy left, they brought home a kitten! A tiny little black and gold striped attention-stealing lap-hogger! It was a total cat-astrophe!

Now here’s where it really gets scary—this August Cindy’s family packed up the car again. Except this time neither their boy or their girl came home with them. So far, the pattern hasn’t continued with another new kitten. But I can’t blame Molly for being worried.

Of course, I didn’t say anything, but a kitten could be the least of her worries. What if they brought home a PUPPY instead?

About flashthecatblog

I am the Professional Mews for Cindy Strandvold, as well as a huge fan of middle-grade books. Which, coincidentally, is the age Cindy writes for.
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6 Responses to A Cat-astrophe!

  1. bakingchick says:

    Sorry i havent been on in a while. With school and all i have been super busy. But i am still reading the blogs even if i dont comment i promise.

  2. Dot says:

    Tell Molly not to worry and you need not either. Snickers is totally in a class by himself. Nothing that happened concerning him when he was alive or even after he died is going to happen again. Get Cindy to tell you how heroic he was trying to save Chip (their first cat who lived to an old age).

    • Yes, Snickers must have been special to inspire an extraordinary character like me. But when the kids disappear off to that college place, things start to get unpredictable around here.

  3. Anna...boarder collie says:

    haha, hes a cutie, My dog Missi, my boarder collie that is almost 6 wks old was licking her lips when she saw that cat picture and i grabed her tounge and stuck it back in her mouth. LOL

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