Well, my cat is missing. Since Sunday night. I wouldn’t bring it up here on the blog except that Peach has been kind of a feature sometimes. You may remember how I detailed the ways in which Peach and I are nothing alike, or how I explained just how helpful Peach is around the house. I also called her out for throwing her poo against the walls when I did a special feature on my husband for his birthday.
So I feel like some of you are pretty familiar with Peach, which is why I bring up the fact that she’s missing.
Don’t worry, though: I won’t let her get away from us that easily. I’ve already made flyers to post around our neighborhood:
Sorry stalkers, I cut off the picture before you could see my phone number. Maybe I’ll slip up sometime in the future.
I was going to include a picture of Peach in the flyer, but then I realized all my pictures of her look kind of like this:
And then I would have to change the flyer to say something like “Missing Vicious Monster-Cat”, and instead of asking people to check their garages and storage sheds, I would have to tell them to make sure their children were in a safe place.
So I just left the picture off.
Anyway, I’ll keep you updated on The Case of the Missing Cat. Hopefully she’ll be home soon!
Edited to add: Even though Peach has been gone since Sunday night, she often stays out all night or all day – but never both. That’s why she’s only been declared M.I.A. as of this morning; hence, it is only Day 1 of Operation Bring Peach Home.