The Woes of Princess Mia

Once upon a time there was a cat called Mia. Or rather, she should have been called Princess Mia, but the lowly humans she reigned over were clueless about these sorts of things.  Apart from the annoying hardwood floors on which it was difficult for one’s claws to grasp, she ruled over a fine kingdom. Princess Mia enjoyed window sill perches, the joys of playing stringy and wet food on demand.  She had learned that being vocal about what she wanted was a good way to get it.

But she could not understand why the humans had been expressing displeasure of late at certain activities she had discovered. Such as this:

It's so cozy in here....

They were grumbling something about “cat hair all over the clothes,” but clearly this is a cubby hole that’s been created for Princess Mia to rest in undisturbed.

And they seemed rather annoyed with this, as well:

But honestly, people! Princess Mia is not a cretin – she understands exactly how one should sleep if given the chance, and would prefer if you’d let her get a little shut-eye in peace, thank-you-very-much.

The next day, the humans actually had the audacity to try and prevent her from sleeping in her rightful place in the bed. The nerve! Well, she knew how to make a point….

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About bittenbythebug

I love travel and have always been fascinated by other cultures. Back in 2004, I began my life as an expat in Edinburgh, Scotland. Fast forward 5 1/2 amazing years later to 2010 and the new chapter in my expat adventure: Würzburg, Germany.
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2 Responses to The Woes of Princess Mia

  1. Bonnie says:

    Princess Mia must be related to Princess Nocturne! Andrew had to remove her from our bed last night at bedtime. She didn’t understand why we thought we had the right to sleep there.

  2. Fenella says:

    Princess Mia had the run of our flat. She’s welcome back anytime to rule over us. We miss her a lot. : (

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