Re: Cats on Board
Stupid thats the name of my cat, has already used up 3 of his 9 lives by going overboard. He really is not very graceful. He is not good crew, lazy,( thinks he can sleep on my chest when I nap), never takes time at the helm. he complains for 15 or 20 mins when he hears the electronics go on, and thinks he should be able to drink from the head sink after he hears the water pump kick on. We rescued him on his last day at the shelter so I doubt anyone else would want him. He won't stand if taken to land, he will just lay there and whine like someone is killing him if put on solid ground. They say" black cats are lucky aboard" well who ever said that never tripped over one in the middle of the night when they heard a horn go off. I've accepted the fact he will remain crew until he uses up the remaining 6 lives and at the rate hes going, it only means I'll need to feed him 6 or 7 more years.
Endeavour E-32 "Samara"
I am the Capt of my ship but sometimes I think I had more fun just being the cabin boy.