Friends, I'm a bit shocked right now. In the morning when I woke up and went to my scratching pole and looked out of the window, I saw loads of white stuff everywhere! It was falling from the sky all the time! I was freaking out because I didn't know what was happening. All the wonderful grass, tiles, stones, flowers and everything were covered in that stuff. Look:
Then the lady of the house tried to calm me down and explained that the white stuff was snow. And that it was a completely normal thing. And that there would be coming a whole lot of more of that stuff! The smallest of the staff were all excited, and wanted to go out immediately.
In my opinion, this is far from allright! I mean, how can they expect any cat tolerate this kind of living environment? What happens to all the lovely insects, mice and worms out there? What happens to my paradise? Will it be ruined? I'm sure my ancestries in Egypt weren't made for this kind of conditions! HELP! Is there any other cat out there who has survived snow? I'm sure many of you living in Brazil or Australia don't need to take this kind of crap? Could you adopt me to some lovely southern country? Pretinha, sua terra parece agradável e acolhedor!