I wonder what she's dreaming...
The Adventures of Kali and Devi
Nice form, eh? I jumped from the saucer looking thing Mom and Dad call a toilet up to the top of those space-age looking window blinds. It was an easy jump to the top of the shower doors. Very graceful if I do say so myself! Devi was quite proud. Who knew that just a few days later, this same ledge would be an instrument of death...or near death.
Someone didn't click the bathroom door completely shut so all I had to do was give it a little push and I was IN! The room the humans call "bathroom" holds such fascination for me... shiny, sparkly objects, many different levels for jumping, and whatever lies on the other side of those shower doors. That morning, I was going to find out.
Thinking back now, it's all such a blur. Everything happened so fast! Up on the window I jumped, over to the shower door ledge and then KAPLOOSH!, into the water I went. I heard Mom talking to Dad later about how they heard crashing and splashing that didn't stop so Mom rushed into the bathroom, didn't see anything at first but heard me on the other side of the shower doors. I guess I managed to jump through the standing water to the handrail but kept scrapping and slipping on it, not able to get a grip. Mom looked into my wild eyes and grabbed me, pulling me close, but all I wanted was to get the heck out of that room!
She grabbed a towel, came after me, dried me up some then put another dry towel on the living room bookcase where the sun shone in so I could dry off some more.
Devi hopped up to lend a hand and help me get over the shock. Doesn't she look concerned? I guess I found out what was on the other side of those blasted shower doors! I didn't get my paws dirty this time, just wet. Needless to say, I haven't practiced my balance beam act since the "incident." Lesson learned: Don't jump on sweaty surfaces!
Devi has her own "incident" to share but she can do that in her own post. For now, ciao!