A few days ago an alien cat landed in our kitchen and started observing our morning routing trying to figure out just what all the commotion was about.
(We know itâ€™s Jasmine in our kidâ€™s saucer, but just play along with us on this one, okay?)
She remained very still and went unnoticed at first. It wasnâ€™t until one of our kids noticed the Alien cat hiding in the shadows that we knew we where being watched. We kept our distance and stayed calm until we knew what the Alien catâ€™s next move.
The alien cat seemed at first very reluctantÂ to leave the security of their spacecraft. She seemed to be able to breathe our air and wasn’t intimidated by us and our activities. The Alien cat also had an uncanny resemblance to Jasmine our house cat.
I wasnâ€™t until we left the room that the Alien Cat started to venture out of the vessel. We were unable to determined why it was there and what it was looking for.
We came back to the kitchen a few hours later and noticed the Alien Cat was gone and so was the food and water from all the cat bowls.
Stardate15563 â€“ Entry:342.56 â€“ Iâ€™ve landed on a strange planet inhabited by giant creatures.
Stardate15563 â€“ Entry:342.57 â€“ The atmosphere seems stable enough and the surface seems to be a collection of patterned quadrants.
Stardate15563 â€“ Entry:342.58 â€“ Hmm, the surface is fixed in place. Those other lifeforms have exited this sector.
Stardate15563 â€“ Entry:342.59 â€“ I’ll stay close to my ship in case those lifeforms return. For now I should explore a little.
Stardate15563 â€“ Entry:342.60 â€“ Mmm, their earth food is tasty. Alien Cat food every day for 2.37 light years is enough for me.