Friday, February 6, 2009

Swim At Your Own Risk

Hi:

It's Grover.

Listen, if you don't want anyone scratching holes in your hand-made gray hooded sweater, I suggest you not leave it hanging over the back of a dining room chair where it looks suspiciously like Something That Is Begging To Be Unraveled.

It's like how if you're on a surfboard out in the ocean and a shark bites you, you have to accept the shark was not trying to eat you; the attack wasn't personal to you at all...the shark was simply doing what nature taught him to do, and that is to try and eat what he thought was a seal.

Not the shark's fault that you looked like a seal, right?

And not the cat's fault that the sweater looked like Something That Is Begging To Be Unraveled.

Get it?

Luv,

Grover

P.S. Piggy did it.

5 comments:

The Creek Cats said...

Thanks for effectively explaining that, Grover. We'll be sure to have our mom read it so she will better understand Maggie May when she tries to shred the sofa!

Hope Piggy is doing well!

The Meezers said...

Grover, right on dude!

Daisy said...

It is very clear that you are not at fault!

Karen Jo said...

I can see that you are not at all to blame, Grover. Anything hanging on the back of a chair is fair game, or anything just lying around anywhere in the house, for that matter.

The Island Cats said...

Grover...that was the best explanation...we may have to borrow that one....