The man lives alone in a house surrounded by a small yard. He has two pets, a cat and a dog. They are his only companion. He loves them. Those two are the best pets in the world. The man has a job. He stays out from 9 AM to 5 PM. His name is Kevin.
Now his cat’s version about this, the cat lives in a house surrounded by lots of spaces to hunt for mice. He lives there with a human and the human has a dog that the cat has to tolerate. The dog smells horrible and it is so dirty. None of them really is his companion as he is the superior one. He keeps the human to feed him and clean him and make his bed. The dog is filthy and so attention seeking from his pet human. He never liked their (human and the dog) friendship much. The human goes out every day to hunt and bring food for the cat. Sometimes he does not get any food though he always stores food in the cold box in the kitchen. He is a good human. The cat’s name is Furball.
Now the dog’s versions about it, the dog lives in a house surrounded by a lot of space to wee and poo and to chase the cat and to fetch the ball. The dog has a very good best friend/ master and an annoying… well… master and he is very evil and very annoying and very lazy. He steals his food, his chew toys. He forcefully captivates his bed and uses it as his own. Even though the dog is very good but still he sometimes can’t help getting angry at his other annoying master. The cat is just so mean. His two masters (the manbeast and the catbeast) was the best in spite of all their faults. The manbeast goes out every day for a very very very long time and in that time he goes through all the things of the world, all the dangerous things of the world. Sometimes he touches the other dogs which makes the dog very nervous. So those long times are the worst times of the day. The dogs keep worrying about the manbeast. Some questions come into his mind like, what if he never returns? What if he is dead? What if he becomes a dog? What if he talks to other dogs? What if he forgets to bring the treat? Sometimes he does forget about the treats. Mostly he brings treats for his other master and him. The dog’s name is Mudball.
Every day the Furball and mudball wake Kevin up. Of course his alarm clock fails to do the job so his pet clocks have taken the heavy work on their tiny shoulders. But wait… animals don’t have shoulders. Okay, they are taking that heavy weight of responsibility on their shoulder bones. So Kevin is either late or early for his work. Sometimes when Furball is hungry he wakes Kevin up in the morning or when mudball needs to go to pee, he wakes Kevin up or if both of them have no business with Kevin they don’t wake Kevin up until it’s 15 minutes earlier to his work. He wakes up feeds the cat and the dog and then only he goes to work.
Then when he returns the two of his pets are already their near the door and the dog gets overwhelmed to see his best friend, the cat sits in a corner and waits for Kevin to come to him then he gives Kevin some extra pampering and goes straight to the topic of food. From the time Kevin comes home the dog is his constant companion to wherever he goes in the house. Even he tries the bathroom door to enter with Kevin. Kevin takes the two to the park after giving them some food. The cat doesn’t always care to join them. He finds it more tempting to sleep in his favourite place in the house after a good meal. Mudball plays. Mudball goes to park and fetches stick or flying saucer. He communicates with other dogs. Sometimes when Kevin unleashes him he runs and runs and runs. He chases Kevin, Kevin chases him. It’s the best time of the whole day for Kevin. Then they come back home and Kevin does some more work while Furball and Mudball watches. Then they watch some TV while Furball and Mudball fights over their favourite place on the sofa then comes the dinner time. They all eat quietly and go to sleep. Kevin tucks them in their respective beds. But sometimes Furball doesn’t like his bed and takes over Mudball’s bed or sleeps with Kevin and when Furball sleeps with Kevin Mudball never stays in his bed. He comes and sleeps with Kevin too. And those times when Furball takes over Mudball’s bed he spends a lot of time crying until Kevin takes him in his bed with him.
Their day doesn’t end there. At night Mudball wakes Kevin up to go to the garden and instead of peeing or pooping he simply stands there and sniffs things.
I will come back with Mudball and furball’s version of the day. right now I have to talk to them about this. Keep reading.