Teach your cat to read
I am teaching the kittens how to read. It is not very hard. English is an easy language to learn. Especially if you use the Dr. Seuss books.
It is very sad that Pat sat on the cat. Pat needs to pay more attention. Pat owns a black chair and a black cat. How silly. The cat was not very happy with Pat. I wouldn’t be either.
Jr, one of the cats I live with is black and he gets sat on alot. The humans who live here need to pay more attention to where they sit. I am orange, so nobody sits on me.
Oscar is a good student, however, sometimes he gets distracted and wants to lay down. I don’t mind. It is very important for a teacher to be patient with their students.
When our reading lesson was over Oscar thought it would be funny if he sat on Pat. Pat sat on a cat, a hat, and a bat. He almost sat on a cactus but his friend warned him to not sit on that. Then Oscar sat on Pat.
Would you like me to help you teach your cats to read? I am going to develop a lesson plan for cats who are just learning to read.
Cats need to be able to read. There are so many dangerous things cats could eat, we need to be able to read labels. And there are so many wonderful books to read too.
Maybe I should teach humans how to read? I am not sure they know how. Mrs. Hodges spends hours and hours watching Criminal Minds on television. What a waste. She could be reading.
All my best,
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About Harper Hodges, The cat Who writes™
Hi, it's me, Harper. I help humans understand their cats. I write about what a cat thinks. I know because I am a cat. Mrs. Hodges is my typist. I dictate and she types. I am The cat Who writes.™