Disciples of The Leader Otis,
Brother Henry here. Leader Otis asked me to apologize to you all for not having a blog post ready to go this morning. Unfortunately, The Leader succumbed to one of the primary dangers that exist for a safely confined kitty. He… well… maybe I better just show you.
Yes, as you can see, He was overcome by an intense bout of comfiness and contentment and He couldn’t bring himself to get up and come to the computer. Such is the hard life of the safely confined. Without untold danger around every corner, and without the need to constantly be on high alert, we poor kitties run the risk of falling into a state of perpetual bliss within our well-defined, safe boundaries. This state is further compounded by constant love, ample enrichment and good healthcare.
Not only are our lives filled with the constant danger of happiness, we live, on average, much longer than our feline brothers and sisters that are allowed to roam free! Can you imagine the kind of non-existent stress we have to deal with every day! It’s so non-terrifying that I almost shuddered just thinking about it. Wait, that wasn’t a shudder. I’m purring!
Anyway. I hope you’ll forgive The Leader for His little slip up this morning, but as you can see, His life is full of serious challenges. Such are the heavy burdens He must carry.
So Says Brother Henry