Tuesday, December 1, 2009

My Seat of Power

Sometimes, its the little battles that are the most worth fighting. A symbolic victory can set a tone for your entire sphere of influence. I have chosen the middle of the hall as my battlefield for dominance over the humans. They will have to walk around me. They've tripped a couple of times, and spoken to me harshly on occasion, but I have responded with non-violent cuteness, taking my cues from Gandhi, and I'm proud to report that they are starting to see the light and simply step around me with less and less insolent backtalk. I have not had to raise a paw or meow them into submission yet.

I hear from other cats that some humans move them out of the way or are very rude to them, or even kick them. I'm happy to say that my humans have not acted in such a manner. I'm very proud of them, they have such potential as loyal cat subjects.


  1. Wow. You ARE becoming a World Class bean trainer! And at such a genius early age!

  2. It seems your hallway seat of power is a trend thats sweeping the nation! Joplin and Hendrix love the middle of the hallway right near the front door, I guess I am well trained because I just hop over :D

  3. You are just too cute. You are learning fast how to train your humans. Stand your ground and let your light shine.

  4. I'm glad to hear that human training is going well. We sure are lucky to have such awesome humans.

    And oh, I also wanted to let you know that I've given you a super cool Kreativ Blogger award - I hope you enjoy it! *purrs*

  5. Glad to hear you are training your humans successfully! Keep it up - so glad to meet another Poly! I'm a poly, too!

    Hugs & purrs,

  6. So who won the training sessions?

    Merry Christmas!

  7. MOL hehehe dat is da way to train dem hoomans! Hai furriend, its nice to meets you on your bloggie here. I is adding you to my bloggie list so I can come visits.



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    Albert The Cat.