Welfare animals

*Warning* People who are animal lovers, have welfare, or are members of PETA should not read this blog posting!!! I warned you, so don’t sue me because you don’t like it!
Living in the country, animals are expected to make an honest living. By saying this I mean, we don’t pamper our animals. The sheep, goats, and cows are expected to get out into the field exercise and eat grass.  The chickens are expected to lay eggs and eat bugs. The dogs are expected to protect the chickens, sheep, goats, cows, and cats. And the cats are supposed to hunt mice and moles. You would think this would be fair for the pay of a medium plate worth of food every day right? (If not then you don’t live on a farm.) Turns out all of our animals are trying to get welfare. The chickens are not laying and they are demanding more food. The dog chases the chickens and, the cats sit at our window every day and beg for food. They are welfare kitties. Every day I wake up and open the window blinds and there they are.

And there he is; the welfare kitty. He always wants me to feed him, but he never hunts. All he does every day is sit in front of that window and beg for food. He gave me his googley eyes.

NO! I yelled while slamming the curtains back shut (I don’t know how but I managed to slam the curtains). That cat had to go catch its food for today and not beg.  Later that day I re opened the window and the cat was still there. Oh well I thought I guess I will read for a little bit.

When the cow and the sheep showed up I knew I had had enough of these welfare animals. I must do something! I MUST! So I did the only thing I really knew how to do.

Needless to say I had a good dinner that night and a whole lot less welfare animals.

*This blog posting does not entirely represent the opinions of me or my family. So, seriously, don’t sue me.*


  1. LOL! Thank you, now my family thinks I'm neurotic because I just burst out laughing.

  2. LOL! Poor Kitty! How did it taste?