The author blog of Melissa Snark
Sounds reasonable to me. But I've never known any cat to thinks like a human. They are too independent.
Barbara,Who knows what manner of strange things goes through their wee brains? LolThanks for dropping in and commenting! :)
I'm encouraged to see the Snark's attorneys have sufficient legal backbone to stand up to these furry Huns.
Alison,It's been rough. I think sometimes we should just cave and buy some catnip. Maybe an offering would appease the beasts. ;-)
I think you need an impartial defense lawyer. I suggest my own Ms. Nibbie. She has sterling qualifications: Great respect for feline claws, a firm desire to sniff kitties, a tad bit of, run if you dare, and among the other abilities she has is a tremendous desire to reach the top of the cat tower at all costs.She will never give up!!!Kindly contact, Ms. Nibbie at iwillchasecats.com
Mary, Ms. Nibble may be exactly what we need! What breed is Ms. Nibble? More importantly, does she ever catch cats? :D
Fingers crossed for you. The cats arguments were pretty strong though. I happen to know most cats have very strong wills and believe they have more rights. They lawyered up, after all.
Lisa,We shall fight to the bitter end! I refuse to allow furry tyrants to rule my home! ;-)