I wake up a bit late today, and I'm immediately in frantic mode, trying to
get ready for the weekly Sunday game with my friends. It then occures to me
as I'm nearly ready that wait a second … wasn't yesturday
It was. Today is Saturday.
I'm not as late as I thought I was.
“Sean, come here,” said Spring
from the kitchen. Upon entering
the kitchen, Spring was pointing to a blue plastic bowl sitting on the
handle of a pot, propped up by a plastic container. “Look what Spodie
did!” Spodie being the cat here at Condo Conner.
Spodie won't drink out of a water bowl; he only drinks out of containers
that he's normally not allowed to drink out of. So we leave a bowl of water
in the sink for him. Our logic—that he thinks he's drinking out of
something he's not supposed to (but lately he's been drinking out of the
shower stall so go figure). As to the plastic bowl we leave for him in the
sink? He'll empty the water out and place it somewhere in the kitchen.
His skills, they are improving. Maybe one day he'll be able to cook for us.
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