Friday, 16 October 2015

Daily Feline Prompt: FAQ - Feline asks questions

Interview someone — a friend, another blogger, your mother, the mailman — and write a post based on their responses.


“Mrs. Human, I will have to interview you, are you ready?”

“Well that is wonderful Tabby, being interviewed by a feline once worshipped as a god. To what do I owe the honour?”

“That is quite easy Mrs. Human. Roschti is out hunting mice and  Bubu and Butch are having a territorial dispute, so I have had to stoop to a human interview.”

“Oh now that is very flattering.”

“”Flattering” does not exist in meow. My first question: why am I not served tuna fish every day?”

“Because it would not be healthy Tabby, you need vitamins.”

“I don’t agree.”

“Tabby interviewers usually extend the questions by perhaps asking the reason behind the answer.”

“Mrs. Human I do not have all day. Next question: Can I have a diamond studded cat flap.”

“No Tabby.”

“Is that all you have to say. As the person being interviewed you should add explanations and reasons for your answer.”

“No feline has a diamond studded cat flap here, they are too expensive.”

“But that is not a satisfactory answer.”

“Tabby this is becoming a sort of third degree and not a very interesting interview.”

“We felines only know third degree. I remember great grandfather Alley-cat Paw Capone saying “Humans have made nothing but trouble”.

“Was that the relation that was pawed down by Whiskers Dillinger.”

“Yes but Alley-Cat survived, Whiskers Dilliger was pawed down by his feline mob.”

“Let’s change the subject. Don’t you want to ask me about how it is to be a human.”

“Not really, too boring. Let’s call it a day, I have better things to do with my time.”

“Such as?”

“Sleeping of course, this interview was too exhausting.”


  1. As Monty Python would say "No-one expects the Spanish Inquisition!!!"

    1. Felines are not for television, they are only interested in I, me and myself. Everything else is a side plate.