Friday, July 7, 2017

Talk to the Paw, Human

Well, what can I say? It's been a week! Yes, she was away for a few days, but that does not explain the lack of follow-up once she returned

The level of service continues to decline. "Outraged" does not begin to describe my dissatisfaction

Once again, she vows to do better, but she has sung that tune before. We'll see how it goes. Otherwise, I may be taking applications.

10 comments:

  1. Hullo? Is this the same Human who asked you to bear with her during the final busy weeks at the education factory on the promise of outstanding 24/7 service over the summer holidays? Is it? What - she's got a sieve for a memory, does she? Or does she think you have?

    As for applications, I'm thinking the application of claws to legs, fangs to hands and similar painful feedback. Sound like a good idea?

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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    1. Ha ha ha Miss Megan! You are sooooo right! Your kind of application is *much* better than mine. And yes! Her memory *IS* a sieve. She is several bricks shy of a load these days . . . in fact, I think she forgets what bricks are. Sigh.

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    2. What's to be done about this, Spitty? It's simply not good enough.

      Megan
      Sydney, Australia

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  2. Well, I don't think my human would pass your job interview, Spitty.

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  3. If you are taking applications I would be only too happy to apply, Spitty.

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  4. MY mom said she would apply too!

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  5. You need to have an intervention for her.....she's slipping......totally!

    Hugs, Teddy

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  6. Spitty darling, I would have thrown my hat into the ring...but Nellie has found me my own special man cat!
    My condolances on losing your furrend and fellow king, Punapippuri.
    Love Barb

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  7. Fire her, Spitty!

    Oh wait...maybe you shouldn't be so hasty. Some buddy has to get your food, right???

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