This is a photo of me yearning to go outside before the move to the new Morning Scratch facility. I've had a discussion with my investor about being more proactive in taking photos for the newspaper. It's ridiculous that I must use file photos.
With warm days upon us, I've been thinking of the wonderful feeling of grass between my toes. Other cats have launched Strolling Season. I don't have a stroller, but I do have a too-small-for-my-now-bigger-belly harness, with leash. I've submitted a buy request to my investor for a new harness. I'm sure she'll find the money for it; we can always cut back on supplies for Kat 3 and Sara, if we're short on cash.
I've been thinking of:
1. Marking my territory. With the move recently to the new Morning Scratch facility, I've yet to mark my backyard as mine.
2. Eating grass and puking
3. Chasing bugs
4. Hurting bugs
5. Eating bugs
6. Sniffing the fresh air while on the other side of the window screen.
7. "Fertilizing" the garden
8. Walking the yard with my investor -- alone time to talk about my business goals without Kat 3 and Sara butting in.
9. Lying in the wheelbarrow.
10. Lying at my investor's investor's feet while he relaxes in the backyard, too.
11. Well, really, lying anywhere I want in the backyard.
12. Trying to climb over the fence into the neighbor's yard fast enough that I'm not caught and put back on the ground.
13. Eating grass and puking
-Bogdan, editor, The Morning Scratch