Cat thinks: Too many choices in lock-down. To eat or influence?

Cat contemplates kitchen bench with garlic, banana, pear, hand sanitiser, avocado, half an orange, pineapple, cornflakes and a cup of coffee.

Lock-down brings too many choices. This confuses the cat influencer. Are these motley items intended for food or are they a source of income? An option glut is always a problem. Nothing appeals today. Ursula would be willing to try a tiny morsel of fish, but not a virtual surfeit of lampreys—or human food groups.

18 thoughts on “Cat thinks: Too many choices in lock-down. To eat or influence?

  1. Sadje says:

    Aww, What a fix!

  2. cedar51 says:

    How dreadful that must be, yes too many decisions

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Indeed my heart bleeds for her

  3. I see that Ursula is an à la carte cat! I have just noticed that an anagram of à la carte is “a real cat”!

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Nice one. And this is one of this era’s great achievements, a machine that reshuffles anagrams. (Or was that your doing?)

      1. Entirely my own brain. It does work sometimes you know!

  4. judibwriting says:

    How ’bout eat AND influence? such is the difficult job of a real cat…

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      You’re right! How could she be so binary!

  5. Is that a persimmon? My chooks and I have been enjoying them – but we’re not compulsory carnivores as are cats!

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      I love persimmon but no, that’s an orange.

  6. I didn’t know cats, too, get Decision Paralysis. Poor Ursula!

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      All the time

  7. Prue Densem says:

    So many wonderful, healthy choices! Maybe I could get to like being human! 🙂

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      That’s wishful thinking, ay?

  8. alison41 says:

    Wonderful healthy choices? Come, come, human. Who hid the sardines?

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      An unfortunate omission from a random snapshot of my bench. Then again, she cannot open the tins.

  9. joseph justice says:

    Simple my cat Q sends advice — don’t even think about IT look like you are but know deeeeep down inside the answer is always DO BOTH

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Dear Joseph, how wonderful to receive advice from your cat Q. Good advice it is too. Unfortunately Ursula is a cat who does not respond well to advice. She is astounded that any creature would have the sheer nerve to advise her, who is so far above us all. She can barely bring herself even to give advice, even in her lofty role as a social influencer. But tell Q that I understand the advice was meant well.

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