Where There’s A Will There’s A Way

As the snow drifts down on a cold winter’s day

I’m looking for someplace that’s cozy to stay.

I wanted this box but it wasn’t quite right

I tried to squeeze in but it put up a fight.

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I found some new digs and they weren’t too shabby

But the color I think was suited more to a tabby.

So I went out in search of a new resting place

One I was hoping would better complement my face.

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Next I found this neat bag but alas, what a plight

There was a cold draft and the fit was too tight.

I gave it the good college try for a while

But, in the end, it just wasn’t my style.

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I tried a new box thinking it couldn’t go wrong

And for a while the urge to nap there was quite strong.

The problem I think is my standards are high

And the urge for a blanket I just couldn’t deny.

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At last I took residence in another cat’s carrier

The fact it’s not mine really isn’t a barrier.

So now here I am and it’s here I will stay

For as I often declare, “Where there’s a will there’s a way.”

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Injustice At The Office

Dear Human,

As you know, napping is very important to feline happiness. As such, I have created several suitable napping sites for myself around the office. One of the coziest napping places is the cabinet depicted below.

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It may not look like much, but you will notice there is a perfectly cat sized space on the upper shelf. Additionally, the boxes on the bottom shelf are filled with soft bandaging material, which makes for the perfect resting place. And of course, it doesn’t hurt that closing the cabinet door provides me with restful darkness and some much needed privacy.

However, today a grave injustice occurred and I was barred access to my favorite napping cabinet.

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Something about keeping the bandage material clean for patients. As if that matters. I am the first priority here!!

I have included video evidence as proof of my plight. I will of course be planning suitable revenge.

Woundedly Yours,

Lou