I can’t get Melly to write a real blog post today because she says she is “busy.” She is busy getting ready to LEAVE ME for two and a half weeks! What will I do? Of course, I’ll still have Rick but he doesn’t go swimming with me. He doesn’t pamper me…as much. Anyway, I hate to leave you guys for so long without a blog post so I am doing this quick one of me and Flopsy the Killer Cat.
At first Floppers was pretty scared of me but as the weeks dragged on, he become more accustomed to my face. But not more accustomed to my face resting on his belly. Apparently that is not allowed.
Flopsy had the most annoying habit of sleeping places where I cannot get. I think he did that on purpose.
I’m not sure he ever looks comfortable up on weird ledges or in strange positions. I would never sleep all twisted up like that.
I have to admit, I might be a little jealous that he got to be right with Melly when she was “working.” Melly never lets me sleep on the computer. She never even lets me put a paw on it.
Star Flops has some bad habits regarding cohabitation. I don’t know if he’d get along with other cats but he had some issues with me and my co-pets, even aside from not letting me sleep on him. In the above photo, you can see that he *bit* Super Capy on the ear! Luckily Super Capy flew right out of there and no one was really injured.
There were some issues when Melly was cleaning out Bakersfield’s cage. Either Floppers thought he could live in there with Bakes, which he cannot because he is too large, or he was hunting him, in which case he is the world’s worst hunter. He’s lucky Bakes didn’t bite his tail.
He kept trying to catch the fish and I think he would have succeeded, maybe, if they didn’t live in the water. Floppers doesn’t like water.
My two rabbit co-pets didn’t think much of Flopsy. He was always threatening them but he didn’t really like coming out of the house.
Flopsy did come out with me once. I think he was looking for giant fish in my pool. There weren’t any though, just me.
The only thing Flopsy could catch was these plastic animals Melly had glued to the wall. There used to be a lot of them.
I liked when he pulled the plastic animals down because they are kind-of tasty. Flopsy didn’t eat any of them, although he did carry them around in his mouth for a while. I ate the whole tail off of this one before Melly took it away.
I think Flopsy better stick to getting his food like this. I know he was a stray but I just don’t see how he could survive on his own wits, bless his heart.