Klimpen takes a break answering letters for a snack.
What's your favorite fantasy critter?
My favorite fantasy creature is the griffin. It holds all the lithe grace
and beauty of a feline, combined with the wondrous power of flight. Along
with the wings, talons are something I definitely wouldn't mind having. As
for the beak, personally I'd rather have my own teeth, thank you. I've also
noticed around Elfwood that a lot of people like to draw different species
of griffins. I've seen everything from griffins with lion and eagle
attributes to griffins with blended falcon and leopard traits. You know what
I wish people would draw more of? Domesticated griffins. Mix a tabby cat and
a canary together. Wouldn't that be grand?
Describe your typical day.
– Curious Alice
After a night spent prowling the house and hunting crickets, I crawl
into bed just as Thomas wakes up and sleep until noon. Upon waking, I eat a
large breakfast and spend most of the day lounging around in a nice, warm
patch of sun or batting random things such as paper wads, ink pens, rubber
bands, marker caps, and human-made cat toys around the house. After lunch, I
watch all sorts of lovely daytime TV shows before Thomas comes home again. I
then spend dinner underneath the table, biting toes and batting at
shoestrings. As evening approaches, I laze around with Thomas until it's
time for bed again. After he falls asleep, I sneak out and begin my nightly
stalking once again. It's a hard life I live, but somebody's got to do it.
Happy birthday! How old will you be? What do you plan to do to
Thank you! To answer your questions, I will be exactly four years old.
As for the celebrations, I've already arranged a little get together with a
few (*coughFIFTYcough*) of my closest friends. If any of you wish to come
and join the fun, sneak into Thomas's basement after he's fallen asleep.
Milk and catnip all around! Feel free to smother me with love and birthday
presents. Preferably presents.
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