My friend moves into my cats' house

Marzeus von Hemelen By Marzeus von Hemelen, 24th Oct 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/13gj4q9r/
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Have you ever had an old friend request from you that you let them move into your pet's accommodations? So have I. Apparently. Somewhat.

My friend moves into my cats' house

Years ago I used to have a smallish house for my cats. I would ring a bell and billions of them would assemble, then I would pour one to two litres of milk into a trough so they could all drink.

The house only had one room and one canopied' over space, and the cats came and went as they pleased.

Unfortunately as the years wore on, my cat house was demolished for adding the West Wing to Tower Mansion.

But of course that didn't mean the cat house didn't exist on in my dreams.

Last night I dreamt I walked past the cat house, and my eyes caught a glimpse of two eyes staring at me through the door. Somebody was hiding in my cats' house.

So I talk to whomever it is, while hitting the door with a coat hanger I had in my hands for some reason.

It turns out it's Thankew, one of my friends from years ago. He has secretly moved into my cats' house. He says the winter is too cold for him.

I ask him if he's living alone in my cats' house. He says yes, it's just him and one of my other black friends from years ago.

I look inside the house and see it's kind of small, so two people would have to sleep really snug in there.

Oh well, as long as they're quiet and stay out of my way, I suppose they can live in my cats' house. Seeing as for some reason all the cats are gone.

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Accommodation, Cat, Cats House, Friend, Friendship, Living, Moving In, Pet, Pet Accommodations

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author avatar Marzeus von Hemelen
I like eggs for breakfast. I live on top of a hill inside a beautiful but old dwelling complex. I like to take life in through my senses and then give feedback through my writing.

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