23 April, 2007

How Do I Apologize To A Cat?

I've been wondering how I might go about apologizing to Turbo. I am offically printing a retraction here, that's a good first step. I told the world, through this blog, about the exploits of our nocturnal feline resident and how she must have inadvertantly pushed the TV remote into the trash can. See: "Click, It's Gone..." from my archives, 30 March. As it turns out she had only relocated it! That remote has been languishing under a cabinet in the Studio and hadn't gone out with the trash as earlier suspected! I found it yesterday when I was vacuuming. She's been wrongfully accused, I need to make up to her. My sister-in-law suggested licking Turbo's face and bowing to her as penance, but I'm thinking a little Kitty Kaviar might work just as well. I'm counting on the fact that Turbo can forgive and forget, and that she doesn't read my blog!

Life is Good!
... and even better with a remote control...

5 comments:

Nancy said...

My experience, Mz. G, is that cats aren't as abundantly and quickly forgiving as dogs are. But in time, they deign to set aside our transgressions. Much luck to you.

quiltkeemosabe said...

Bowing would be good. Cats really like that. You know they were once considered to be gods and they've never forgotten that.

Jim V said...

I think it's clear that this was all a carefully orchestrated plan by Turbo to score some make-up treats.

I've been convinced for years that my cats are substantially smarter than I am.

Now, the dog is another story...

Libby said...

Cats can be pretty unforgiving - just keep making offerings . . . something is bound to work *s*

Tanya said...

You are so funny! Cats do get blamed for a lot of things but they seem to take it in stride. "What dumb people. How am I ever going to communicate with them?"