Cat in the bag.
Bags is one of my favorite things to play in. My whiskers are another one of my superpowers.
You won't believe me, but I can measure spaces with my whiskers to know if I will fit. If I fit
in, I sit! It doesn't work if you are out of shape, so I must stay active.
My humans always worry about work and money, whatever that means, but apparently, that
is where they get my food, so I don't mind! If I can eat, I am more than happy. My humans
spend too much money on toys, but my favorite toys don't cost money. Like spiral wires,
boxes, and gift bags. They can use all those monies on my hungry tummy.
I love all kinds of bags. My humans always bring plastic bags for me. Unfortunately, it comes
with human food. Sometimes my food is in there as well, but not always. I love to get into
plastic bags. It makes a lot of noise and is great for hiding and attacking humans
Sometimes my humans bring paper bags instead, which is even better than a plastic bag! It is
stiff enough to sit up straight and crackles when it moves. I sometimes even chase my tail
inside of it or hide my toys in there. When I get tired, I just tip over and sleep. Potato bags are
also fun to play with, it is much longer, and I can hide even deeper.
Whenever more humans come over, they always bring gifts, and gifts come in bags. How
great is that! Every time they get a gift, I get one too! It is similar to paper bags, but there are
two small ropes to play with. Gift bags come in all shapes and sizes to try and fit in. I love it
when humans visit me! I deserve gifts because I'm the Queen.
I also love boxes! It is a lot bigger and has enough place for a blanket too! It is great for
hiding out, and no one ever knows where I am hiding. There are holes for my paws and head
to push through, and I can catch my toys that move from the outside, and no one knows that it
is me playing with them.
I could chat more, but I have some attacking to do!
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