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I am working in the dining room today, because CATS. I came back from lunch in the kitchen to find Glendower crouched on my open laptop, and the above notes inserted into the document I was working on.

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4 thoughts on “Glendower says:

    1. Well, there is the quantity vs quality issue! I should have asked if anyone could translate his entry into English for me, but if you write even one properly spelled English word you’ll be ahead of his output in that respect.

  1. Sheba and Ginger George agree.

    There are programs you can install that recognized cats — humans don’t tend to treat keyboards the same way. But that wouldn’t be fun.

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