Interloper, Redout and "The Evil Eye"
So, I was out in my yard, yesterday, minding my own business. Imagine my ire when I was sniffing through the bushes and discovered The Interloper! Was I fizzified!
My Person came over to try and smooth the waters, but The Interloper dashed off. As if I needed help in shooing her away. However, I was mightily ticked off when The Interloper had the nerve to appear on MY PORCH half an hour later. Luckily for her, the patio door was shut or I'd have given her such a scratching!
Meanwhile, I have been practicing my Evil Eye! It seems to work just fine on some of the Humans who have the nerve to wander into my house. I put them in their place, but, for some reason, there are some who refuse to leave. My Person's brother has been staying off and on over the last few months and has had the nerve to take over the couch when he is here. My Person tells me that he won't be staying any more, since he bought his own house. I have to grudginly admit that I haven't minded when he speaks softly and quietly to me. He keeps his hands behind his back and obviously knows that I would scratch them to ribbons if he tried to mess up my fur.
I'm not sure why all these Humans come into my house. I make it clear whose house it is, and yet my Person and The Mother continue to let them in. I guess I really have to work on perfecting The Evil Eye.
What I really hate is when my person goes away and doesn't come back for days and days. Sometimes, she leaves The Mother to feed and talk to me. That is okay. When both she and The Mother go away, which they did for 10 days last October, some other Humans came in and tried to talk and play with me. I think I made my point when I growled at them all every day.
When my Person and The Mother camne home, I made it clear that I was angry. It was hard to stay angry with my Person, though. Once I did a thorough sniffing to see if she had been consorting with other Kitty Kats, I sat on her and climbed on her, and if she left the room, I cried until I found her. I tried to stay angry.... but I was just so glad to see her.