A one-time school project gone terribly, terribly wrong.

16 July 2008

This Explains a Great Deal About Mme Metro

After all, she's been exposed to them a lot longer than I.


It's true. Consider that Mme spends her life decoding contracts. Yet when she comes home ...

Worse, we have two of the little buggers, and they're indoor animals so we never get very far from them.

I think there may be a logarithmic progression.


At 10:36 a.m., Blogger Pugs said...

Cats are very easy to decipher. Simple accept the fact that they are superior and you will be fine. Ignore that fact and the cat will let you know that this is the case and may shit on your bed as a reward for overlooking this quite simple fact (or so they think anyway)...

At 10:40 a.m., Blogger Metro said...

The nature of substances issuing from cats is a continual strain on our household liveability and odourlessness.

I could go on, but not without making this blog unsafe for young children.

At 12:34 p.m., Blogger Philipa said...

There's something I don't understand - why don't you let the cats out? They're cats. Why do you encourage them to do their business in a tray in the house? You've the whole of Canada for them to enjoy and dig over their business. That's the bonus of cats over dogs so... why avoid the good bits? Dogs happily step in theirs then jump on the sofa. Then lick their willy. Dogs are disgusting and should be kept outside.

At 1:19 p.m., Blogger Metro said...

I don't believe cats belong in houses either, Philipa, unless you have a rodent problem. I also don't believe they belong outside.

Outdoor cats ravage the environment by hunting for pleasure. With all of Canada to crap in they still unerringly choose my garden.

Besides, ours haven't had shots, and there are coyotes in the neighborhood. Not to mention other cats, raccoons, and bears.

At 10:50 p.m., Anonymous Anonymous said...

And I'd like to point out that Metro is the one that keeps pointing out "It's a cat!"

Mme Metro


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