The Cat of Very Little Brain

Hi, I’m Lola!

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Are you going to stroke me? I like strokes. Daddy strokes me, but it’s never enough. He goes away and comes back. That confuses me. Then I run and hide because I forget who he is, and he is scary. But when he sits down, he can stroke me again.

If Daddy would just keep stroking me, there would not be any problems.
If Daddy would just keep stroking me, there would not be any problems.

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Hi, I’m Lola!

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Daddy and Mummy say that I have a spooling error in my brain and that I run Windows 2.0. I don’t know what that means, but I stare at nothing a lot.

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Suitcases are my natural enemy. I can also stare at nothing from a good height.
Here I am staring at nothing at the window.  Or is that the see-through kitty who keeps eating my food?
Here I am staring at nothing at the window. Or is that the ghost kitty who keeps eating my food?
Here is where I stare at nothing while I wait for Mummy to feed me. Mummy said that I ate just a few minutes earlier at the automatic feeder on the other side of the kitchen. But I know it was the ghost kitty that looks just like me.

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Hi, I’m Lola!

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Are you going to feed me?  I really like food.  Mummy and Daddy starve me.  They tried to keep my late sister’s food away from me one time by putting a storage box with a hole cut out just her size over her dish.  They set up a camera one night to see what would happen, and you can see how I outsmarted them.

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Hi, I’m Lola!

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What’s short-term memory? And who is Dory from Finding Nemo?

12 thoughts on “The Cat of Very Little Brain

  1. I used to have a cat that looks just like Lola. Her name is Abella, I flew her to my dad’s to keep him company. It was that or drive cross country with her and 2 other dogs. It would have been too stressful for her. She’s loving life in Puerto Rico now. 🙂

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  2. She needs to meet Rico at the Copa, Copacabana, the hottest spot north of Havana … Sorry, Karen, I can’t help but think of that line whenever I hear the name Lola. I guess I’m not that different than your cat.

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