A Very Fine Cat Indeed!

31 Mar

Ink sketch: Sparta the cat.

Greetings, fur-less monkeys. I, SpartaPuss, have taken control of the Pooterbox again. I’ve been observing my world today from my vantage point on top of my boiler in my kitchen. It overlooks my garden and that’s what every feline goddess needs of course, a boiler with a view. I was happily dozing when the fur-less she-monkey started messing around with a pen and a paper book like she does. Poor soul. Still, stops her from hanging round on street corners. Which is apparently a bad thing. For a monkey. She wanted to draw my portrait so I gave her several arch looks, then turned away, which got her very excitable and she got the he-monkey to try and get my attention so she could draw the ‘death head mask’ on my face – allegedly! So I threw her a few more arch looks. Which seemed to satisfy her and she settled down for a bit. I like it when the monkeys are quiet.

In my garden is my favourite tree. I know it’s unusual for a feline to be interested in botany – nothing edible in that particular kingdom – but my tree is covered in frothy stuff the monkeys call flowers. Not very interesting in themselves but in a few months they’ll turn into little round sweet things that are very appealing to the meals-on-wings [blackbirds the monkeys call them]. It’s very exciting. The tree is packed with the meals-on-wings scoffing away and Ming-The-Merciless and I just sit under it with our mouths open waiting for them to fly in. Very entertaining. It’s even funnier when the fur-less monkeys spot us and run around chattering and screeching like they do. They don’t like us eating the meals-on-wings. They are very stupid.

Once upon a time a very well-educated fur-less monkey called Samuel Johnson coined the phrase, “a very fine cat indeed” about his cat, Hodge. He could have been talking about me.


10 Responses to “A Very Fine Cat Indeed!”

  1. Rayya April 14, 2012 at 14:24 #

    Spartapuss rules 🙂

  2. paperstew April 4, 2012 at 03:31 #

    Oh Sparta, you make me laugh! Probably not something you like to hear coming from another fur-less monkey.
    Good luck with the meals-on-wings!

  3. annisik51 April 1, 2012 at 15:11 #

    My cat is very intelligent. She can open doors (has in fact, locked us out once, by pushing the security bar across with her paw after we went out for the evening)! But she just doesn’t understand, when she’s ‘playing’, that I am furless! Got the scars to prove it.

    Fine drawing!

    • Rosie Scribblah April 1, 2012 at 20:48 #

      Thanks. I think they know we’re fur-less – they just don’t care lol

      • annisik51 April 3, 2012 at 19:52 #

        I’m trying to give her the benefit of the doubt!

      • Rosie Scribblah April 3, 2012 at 20:50 #

        hahaha that’s what she’s relying on, the little minx 🙂

  4. Hansi March 31, 2012 at 23:46 #

    Fur-less monkey? I’ve evolved a hair further than that 🙂 Nice sketch

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