Ever wonder what your cat is trying to say to you? With all the translation services available today, I'm surprised we haven't come up with a better system for understanding the communication between humans and animals. In an attempt to further our comprehension in this area, I've begun the compilation of a Cat to English dictionary. While in no way representative of the compendium I ultimately hope to produce, I thought I'd share my work to date:
meow v. – it's 3:50 am and I'm here, I'm awake.
meow v. – it's 3:51 am now, and I wanted to let you know, I'm still up.
meow v. – just checking in here, 3:55 am. All's well at the foot of your bed.
meow v. – 4:10 am, I've checked around the living room, not much going on in there.
meow v. – Hey! Hey! Did you go back to sleep? It's 4:27 am, and I think I heard a bird outside.
meow v. – I'm bored. Can we play? Are you going to get up yet? It's almost 5. I think you should get up.
meow v. – 5:50 am and you're still in bed? Lazy lazy. Guess I'll curl up and sleep for a bit.