Hot, hot, hot!!!! I’m so darn hot I can’t even muster up the energy to chase a single chipmunk. I found a nice cool spot in our lavender garden, and while I was sleeping ever so soundly, Kim turned on the sprinkler and ruined my nap. I then discovered a nice shady place in our cut-your-own flower field, only to find that, while I was dozing off, a customer came along and decided to cut all of the beautiful flowers shading me. Imagine – the nerve! I don’t get any respect! None whatsoever!!
Retreating to our own produce field, I found a nice comfortable spot under a huge heirloom tomato plant. How nice. At last – no one can bother me here, right? Wrong! Next thing I know, David starts rototilling the tomato field. I move over to the shade of the corn stalks, and Carrie turns on the sprinkler system. How would they like it if, everywhere they went, I sprayed them with a hose?!?
I thought I would just go in the barn and lie down on the counter in front of the fan. That lasted all of ten minutes before Hilary kicked me off the counter and said “customers ONLY, George”. Luckily, I was drawn by the alluring aroma of our freshly baked pies, breads, and cookies in our delightful new bakery! I found myself in this beautiful food section filled with local jams, honey, maple syrup, jarred vegetables, and mustards, as well as candies, trail mixes, snacks, beverages, coffee, and lemonade. Ahhhhh… and, don’t forget the cheese! But nothing for cats! Big deal, if it’s local. How about some local cat food? Speaking of cat food, as if life isn’t bad enough, Charles says I have no energy because I eat junk food. So what does he do? He decides to change my food to some healthy, organic, cat food. YUCK!!! Save me. I mean c’mon, I know he thinks he runs the place and, by the way, he DID adopt me from the local shelter, but… let’s face it, he IS pushy and bossy. Doesn’t he get it?!? The customers are coming to see me, not him.
And finally, to all of my loyal fans, and you know who you are… get me out of this crisis and send me an umbrella to stay dry, and some provisions? Such as, maybe, some normal cat food without the designer label or fancy name.
King George of Wallingford Farm