I have to admit that he has been good at getting my food out on time recently and that the choice has been good. I have also seen him feed the swimming things but he never leaves the top open for me to play with them. That would be fun for me but he doesn't seem to consider that.
During the light time his brother longlegs comes to pick him up in a chariot and they disappear like my 'The Her' but he always comes back, not like her. I wonder where she is and why she left me behind? He always says “Going to the Hospital now Oscar” to me but I don't know what this means. Perhaps he's keeping 'The Her' away from me. Now I think of it, it's her stuff he comes back with to put in the washing thing. She must be his prisoner. Oh, I shall punish him for that when he returns today and let him know I won't stand for this and want her back.
This light I saw Thomas and Smokie out with Gizmo,Ginger and Tiger and they all asked where my 'The Her' was and it was terrible not to know. Of course I didn't tell them that. I just said I've sent her away for a while. They we're playing in the hot light and then resting under a tree in the shade. Walking back alone past the Fursty Ferret one of the longlegs who live there brought out a piece of salmon for me. “Oh, poor Oscar” they said. I don't understand why they did it but I won't complain as it tasted rather nice. After eating it I went home and found myself sniffing all my 'The Hers' skins and thinking how nice it would be to snuggle down with her on the sleeping place. It's just not the same with my 'The Him' as he won't let me snuggle under his chin. Still, to be fair I suppose he tries to learn but just isn't very good at it.
Some longlegs just don't know how we Superiors should be treated.
Oh Great and Superior Oscar,
I understand why you are so disturbed by the absense of your "the her" and I am sure she will return shortly. You should be proud that you have managed to train "the him" so well. You can be sure that it will please "the her" to find him better trained then when she left. You have done well in her absense, she will be grateful. Perhaps with lots of chin scratches and dishes of your favorite fish? Oh what a thing to dream on.. Yes?
your humble follower,
Tracy the not-so-longlegged