Hi cats. As you can see, I am back. We got our computer back on Thursday, but I have been too upset to post. That’s because Mom threw out my catnip! This whole thing started when Mom wondered why I was enjoying one of my toys so much. She took a look at it and discovered this:
When that woman saw this, she said, “Grace, it breaks my heart to take something away from you that you love. I have to, though. I don’t care what the Internet says. I don’t think it’s a good idea for you to ingest a mind and mood altering drug. You could get addicted to that catnip!”
“No, I can’t. Now give me that toy back—now!” I screamed at her.
Sadly, all she heard was, “Meow.” So, she hid the toy from me. However, I had another toy that she didn’t know about. It was a little white mouse that was full of catnip. I’d torn it open, but she didn’t know that I had done that. So, I still had catnip. And, I made sure I hid it from her. However, one day, after I’d well . . . enjoyed the catnip . . . I made the mistake of leaving it in my food dish. Mom said, “Oh, that’s so cute. I guess you love that mouse, don’t you?”
I thought, Yes, I do. Now leave it alone!
Sadly, she didn’t do that. Instead, she took it out of my food dish and saw that I’d torn it open to get at the catnip inside. I think you cats can guess what happened next. She threw it out!
Cats, I cannot believe she did this. I am ready to call the ASPCA and report her for throwing away toys that it took me weeks to claw open. This is cruelty to animals! Before I do that, though, I am going to go under the bed and get the toy that she forgot about that is full of catnip. It may be hard, but I will find a way to get it open. Then, I’ll have catnip again. Now, I’m not doing this because I’m a catnip addict. I’m going for that toy because . . . well because I really want to play with it. And, I know that I’ll love the catnip really have fun with it. But that doesn’t make me a catnip addict—does it?