Friday, February 24, 2012

Snow Cat

Mocha here.

Still trying to get over cold stuff on the ground last Monday. I'd never seen such stuff. It looked like it would be fun to play with, but it was cold and hurt my cute paws. I wanted to go out. I begged and begged until my mom let me out. She warned me I wouldn't stay long. I went to the end of the deck. What's that? Paw prints leading away? Wonder if my friend Spats came over. I wonder if he's still out there. Maybe we can play?
No? I think Spats ran off before I came out. Oh wait, there's a squirrel over there. I want to chase it. No, I don't. I'll get my paws wetter. But I want to chase the squirrel. Oh what to do? What to do? Do I get brave and dance across the snow? Do I sit where it's dry and watch the birds and squirrels have fun? Do I just say "meh" and ignore the snow?

Nope. I'm going back inside. This cold white stuff just isn't for me.


Becky Mushko said...

Mocha, this is Chloe. I have taken over Mommy's computer to answer you.

You have the wrong idea about snow. (You must have had a sheltered life.) Snow is like a big cat toy—you can roll in it, burrow in it, and pat it with your paws. I love snow. The next time it snows, I suggest you give it another try.

Betsy Ashton said...

Chloe, You're right. I've led a very sheltered life. I'm just getting my outdoor creds, so when something is new, I play boo kitty. Next time we have the cold cat toy, I'll ask my mom to play with me.