My friend Malgorzata in Poland was visited by her friend, a local teacher who brought along a young kitten whom she had rescued and decided to give a forever home. The kitten, who had been abandoned, was skinny and ill, but the vet is now fixing him right up, and he’ll be fine.
The teacher has named the kitten Leon, and, in an imitation of the Hili dialogues, posts a Leon Monologue every few days on her Facebook page. I won’t put them up regularly, as of course the Princess gets pride of place, but I thought the first three deserved to be shown. So here’s Leon with his questions and plaints (also in Polish), beginning with Malgorzata’s explanation:
His human’s name is Elzbieta Wierzbicka and she teaches Polish language in the school in Dobrzyn. She had another cat, also rescued but as an adult, Bruno, who went for a walk a few months ago and never returned. After looking for him everywhere possible she acknowledged the sad fact that Bruno will not return. Then she saw an ad that animal shelter has a 7-week-old abandoned kitten who needs special care and she took him.
2.Do not call me “my little one”. I’m 9 weeks old!
Nie mów do mnie “Mój Malutki”. Mam już 9 tygodni!