The Revenge of the Hungry Cat

by Evie

I’m sleeping and suddenly I hear a sound of something being dragged across the hall. I open my eyes, groaning and tired. My alarm clock reads: 5:58. I look at the desk next to me and see my 5 year old cat, Angel. She’s using her pearl white paw to move my pencil around my desk. “Angel…..” I whine. I go back and close my eyes. Angel watches me. I hear the sound of something being dragged again. “Angel, You are going to have to wait to be fed,” I remind her. As I close my eyes, I hear the sound again. But this time, I heard the sound of glass being dragged across my desk. “ANGEL!!!!” I yell. She stops. And the process starts again. I reluctantly get up and give her a cup of dry food. She calmly sits near the food bowl and eats. Problem solved. The moral of the story is to give your cat what she wants. Or else……

 

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