My favorite toys.
Oh, how I love to play! I have a lot of toys to choose from, and I even have servants to move
them around for me. I play a lot with my humans during the day to keep them active and in
When my Mommy is busy tapping on the keyboard and Daddy is at work, I get bored and
make games up to keep myself active. Like attacking the big spongy thing my humans sit on
or tipping over the see-through, shiny thing they drink out of, sometimes it scares me by
One day Mommy came home with a birdie on a stick. I am sure it is dead, but it squeaks
when I play with it. Mommy and Daddy move the stick around so that I can catch the bird. I
know it doesn't move by itself, but I need to keep them entertained by playing to make them
Oh, Mommy also gave me feathers on a stick, which look the same as the feathers on birds
but don't taste the same. It also has a bell that makes it easier to know where my human is
hiding with it. Daddy brought me a mouse as a present after I went to the Vet, but it was also
dead. Although I would prefer a real-life mouse that I can hunt, I still love to play with it. I
gift my humans by bringing them mice and birds, but then they only yell at me.
I keep bringing the same old toys to them to play with now, the dead ones that they like. I
also found a white, heavy ball with dimples in Daddy's office. I love to play with it. It makes
a lot of noise on the hardwood floors. I especially like to play with it while my humans are
sleeping. Usually, they get up to play with me, but then they misplace the ball. Humans can
be stupid sometimes.
Daddy opened a gift box once and found a gift hidden in the box for me. A small black wire!
It is my favorite toy and I play with it the most. Whoever hid the wire in there is clever. I
bring it to Daddy a lot to shape it into a spiral to roll around. It makes it easier to play!
Enough meowing! I need to search for my toys now.
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