Before I could, there appeared something that amazed me.
A sophisticated family of Superiors abandoned by their Longlegs who had moved away. Yes, I know what you're going to say, “Impossible” but I saw it for myself. Of course being a Sophisticated family they were determined to follow the Longlegs to the new home and settle down with them again. They're kinder than I would have been I assure you. But, I suppose with training the Longlegs could be brought into line again to look after them.
I watched astonished as the family went out unprotected into the world and met Superiors they'd never known existed. For instance, Thomas O'Malley who was a grand character and helped them tremendously on their journey. He introduced them to some wonderful Superiors like a piano playing Princess and a magnificent pair of Siamese Superiors who sang ''We are Siamese if you please, we are Siamese if you don't please.” It was excellent though I have to say wherever the family lived it was in an area which encouraged too much singing.
The biggest surprise of all which I am saving for you now is that all the Superiors there spoke in Longlegs talk when there were no Longlegs around. Yes, Honestly, just like my 'Take on Language' Blog it shows that we superiors share the ability to have a common language the world over, this shows that we can pick up on the language of Longlegs even though they can't seem to talk Superior. And the Superiors here managed it even though some of them were living on the street like Thomas or living a life of privilege like the Princess. It shows just how intelligent we are and the value of an education.
The family were eventually guided with the help from all their new friends to the home of their Longlegs. Though we didn't actually see it, I expect they gave their Longlegs a real good talking to.
They managed to settle down well with the Longlegs protesting that leaving them behind had all been an accident. Hmph, where Longlegs are concerned you can't always be sure.
But don't you just love a Happy Ending.Aah. Maybe there's something to be said for the big box that the Longlegs seem to love after all.
I am not a fan of the Big Box for the simple reason that you can’t smell what’s going on there. It’s all very well listening to singing Superiors, and it also showed me the Enormous Superiors of Africa where they live in large groups, but the lack of sniffing experience really makes the whole thing rather dull.
Dear Sir Oscar,
I think you should read books instead. Tell your Long Legs you wish to read a book called The Fur Person, it’s one of the best books about Superiors ever written.
Dear Morticia, I can do most things but I regret I never learned to read Longlegs words.I shall have to find a Superior with those skills to he