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Entry #23: Barnapoléon Bonaparte

It was a cold and dreary morning today, although I’m sure Romeo and Pudding are comfortably warm in their fortress, snuggled up on electric heat pads against the window – I wish I had one of those. 373 more words

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Entry #22: Romeo and Pudding

Sometimes what you look for is indeed under your nose, well in my case, just a few doors down the canal. Night and day I canvassed my area for potential underlings. 499 more words

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Entry #21: It's F.U.R. time!

I’m proud to announce that the Feline Uprise Revolt (F.U.R.) network server has been successfully constructed. It is located in the attic above my humans’ dwelling where I currently sit. 326 more words

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Entry #20: The Way of Whiskers

It has come to my knowledge that humans have taken credit for the development of yoga for over 5000 years. Not only do humans strip away our liberties and ridicule us felines behind our backs, they have monetized on our practice which we simply describe as “to stretch one’s stress away.” The integration of stretching, breathing, and relaxing was never at any point about clothing brands and pseudo-spirituality. 365 more words

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Entry #19: The Bug-Eyed Passerby

I have not cross paths with that infantile thug since the last incident. Yet, the mere sound of dripping water sends shivers down my spine. I’ve been keeping within my castle walls lately, overseeing my kingdom from within safer quarters such as my warm windowsill which overlooks the canal. 278 more words

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Entry #18: Water Violence is Still Violence

Spring is upon us and strolling along the canal is once again a part of my enjoyable daily routine, well at least that’s what I used to think. 264 more words

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Entry #17 : A New Beginning

I borrowed a book from my local library today – Man’s Search for Meaning by Dr. Viktor E. Frankl. I find it absolutely fascinating that the struggle of the human mind to find peace and happiness on this planet is an arduous and infinite endeavor considering most of their problems are caused by each other, and at times, for each other. 354 more words

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