Since the day they brought that stinky cat home, my life has been horrible. I can’t sleep in my own bed because she thinks it belongs to her now. She swats my tail when I’m having happy dreams (and wakes me up from them in the process. I can’t tell you how many times I almost caught that squirrel and was woken up in the process). I won’t even get started on what happens when I try to bark at my mom. The cat goes “MMA Kitty” in 2 seconds flat.
But you know what? Finally, my mom came to her senses and got rid of the cat!
This was the best moment of my life right here. Walking in and not seeing that furball waltzing around like she owns the place.
I had so much excitement, so much hope for the future. At last, she was gone!
I wonder if she left anything behind? I’ll consider it her pain-in-the-butt tax. Maybe I’ll pee on her cat bed just for good measure.
I had to double-check with mom, just to be sure. I started to think it was too good to be true.
Am I really this lucky? Did they actually get rid of that stinky cat?
Or was she just waiting around the corner for her chance to strike?
All I knew was that I didn’t see her smelly face anywhere near me (and I was a happy pup for it).
Wait, what is this? The cat was behind the door the whole time and is now telling me I’ve been demoted to the role of “outside dog”.
There is no level this feline will not stoop to! I can’t believe my mom would allow me to be tricked in such a vile way.
Do you see the look on my poor puppy face? This is the look of absolute defeat, of a pup who has lost the will to bark, of a dog who has decided to just quit trying.
These people want me to be an outside dog? Fine. But next time I get that stinky cat alone, it’s game time.
I have never been so offended in my entire life. My mom sat there and allowed this cat to shut the door in my face! Am I the only one who finds this to be an outrageous offense? Why is this allowed?
Things went from bad to worse real quick and you know what? I’m starting to like it outside. At least I don’t have to deal with that cat anymore.