I think we have already established that the Two-legs are a bit unpredictable when it comes to the gifts I bring them haven't we? I mean, I think they want the food I bring them. After all, they take it away and sometimes I can't find it again so I can only assume that they are having it as a snack. I don't blame them really. These bunnies are very tasty at this time of year.
So I am working my furry little butt off to keep them all fed and looked after. I keep them company when they are in front of the funny lit up things (which incidentally is a lot of the time!). I even keep them warm when they need it, lying on their legs or arms or wherever it looks like they need it. Little two-legs keeps pulling my tail and do I scratch her? Well, yes, a small amount but I reckon she's like a hedgehog cos she doesn't seem to feel it. It certainly doesn't make her stop. Sometimes she doesn't even let go of my tail when I am jumping away from her. Can you believe it? the things I put up with. I should be sainted! Or at least fed lovely scraps of food throughout the day so I don't have to work so hard at hunting! Lately I am liking this "tickle tickle" thing that the big two-legs are teaching the little two-legs. It's really useful right now cos the fleas are jumping off the bunnies and really itching me so I need lots of scratching. Plus, of course, it isn't bloomin agony!
So today I bring in a bunny. Only a little one, nothing too adventurous because it was for the little two-legs. The door to one of the rooms was shut and I think one of the two-legs was in there. The other was in the kitchen. So I took it over to little two-legs and put it down for her to play with. She has to learn sometime how to kill a bunny doesn't she? Anyway she does a pretty good impression of a rabbit, bouncing up and down, using her paws for its ears. I assume the noise she was making was their word for bunny ("rabbit"?). I supervised. Then, would you believe it, one of the two legs came out of the room with the closed door and took the bunny away! The cheek! I was training little two legs.
Anyway, it turns out they had put it in the front garden. It took me hours to find it. I brought it back into little two-legs and along came one of the bigger two-legs. Well I was not having her take it away again so I grabbed onto it. And she pulled it away! I was going to win this one and I tried to grab it with my claws as she lifted it. I caught her a little bit but I think I got away with it. Anyway, I'm a big cat you know? No way I could hold my weight by my teeth so I had to let go. And she took it away - AGAIN! This is getting really out of order.
It's ok - I'll find it again later, you watch!