Hello everyone. Welcome to my brand new catablog.
I’ve been living in my new house for a week now, and it didn’t take me long to work out that my new mum is very attached to this keyboard thingamajig. So I thought I’d try it out.
It’s very warm and cosy, and it makes lots of funny noises. A bit like me, really.
After that, I thought it was time to check out our bookshelves – after all you can tell a lot about someone by the books they keep.
It seems there’s a portal at the back of the bookshelf. Bet mum didn’t know about that.
But I’ll leave exploring the portal until mum’s at work, and make sure I’m back by dinner so she doesn’t get worried. Seriously, she’s got Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy on the shelf, and she’s worried about me slipping through a portal?
I’m happy to find myself in such a literary household and mum tells me she’s a writer, but I don’t see her write much. Yes, she gets on that keyboard and taps away – when I give her access – but that’s not writing, is it? I thought writing was when you used a pen and paper and I’m looking forward to when she writes, because I’m going to chase the pen across the page.
So when she picked me up, they told her they’d been calling me ‘baby’. They didn’t want to give me a real name because they might get too attached and want to keep me. My new mum didn’t name me straight way either, which had me worried for a little bit – didn’t she want to keep me either? But then she started trying out different names with me?
I liked Qwerty – it’s unique and I don’t suspect I’ll meet another cat with that name, so I started coming when she called out Qwerty. She seemed quite happy with my reaction. I felt very important when she also added Lord Byron to the name.
Lord Qwerty Byron. Yes – it sounds much better than Dorkus. Can you believe that was the name of her last cat? Poor thing. I bet he was always trying to rise above that silly name. But Dorkus had his own catablog.It was called Diary of a Mad Cat. I know why he was mad. I’d be mad too with a moniker like that.
And now Lord Qwerty Byron has his own catablog too.
Now it’s time to play Words with Cats.
See you on the catawebs.