I love food a lot! If I have to choose between my servants and my food, I won't be able to. I
need food, and I need my servants to give me food. I wish I could learn where to find that
food, but apparently, it is a secret.
I don't know which one is better, breakfast or dinner. Every morning when dad gets ready to
work, he gets out his portable typing device and starts typing. When he is finished typing, he
usually makes breakfast.
Dad takes a box, shakes it until human food comes out, and tops it with delicious milk. I
know that staring at him while he eats will make him give me some, so I start staring, but he
ignores me. I have a plan B. As soon as he takes the last bite of food, I push my head into the
bowl and drink the milk. It worked! Dad hisses and gives the rest of the milk to me.
In between the day, I get a snack called a treat! It is the shape of a fish but tastes different
than the fish in a tin, but it is still delicious. Sometimes I get more than one if I am being
cute! I wonder in which pond these come from so that I can go get some more.
Lunch is more boring than breakfast and dinner. Lunch is the same old cross pellets as
always, but my favorite flavor is chicken. Sometimes my humans bring me round pellets or
other flavors, but then I refuse to eat and starve myself. They will eventually feel guilty and
get me my favorite food.
Dinner is the best food ever! It is the soft, special kind that I love so much. I even get to
choose the flavor, but sometimes I choose the wrong one. My favorite flavor of soft food is
also chicken. Maybe Daddy likes me more because Mommy always gives me the same food!
I always hunt my midnight snack myself. The best place to find small reptiles with long tails
is in the bushes. Don't tell my secret to the others of my kind. They will hunt all of them! But
somehow, Mommy always finds me hunting and takes me away. I'm going to start taking
their snacks away!
That is all for meow, I’m getting hungry!
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