I’m really getting tired of the menu selection here and how it totally lacks any kind of seasonal variety. Like today, you’d think my assistant would have prepared something special for Easter brunch — maybe an array of tasty springtime gravy appetizers — but noooo.
I recently saw an episode of Must Love Cats where these kitties in the Hamptons actually had personal chefs who prepared their meals from scratch.
I’m thinking about sending my assistant to culinary school just to get her thinking more creatively about the menu. Seriously, it would be like the gift that keeps on giving.
Things are starting to come together for that upscale kitty spa I told you about. You remember how I met with a life coach at the start of the year? We talked about expanding my kitty beauty empire?
Well, we havenâ€™t nailed down a name yet (I’m partial to “A Purr-fect Place to Relax”), but we have the basic details worked out.
It’ll be a high-end establishment catering to kitty supermodels. Not your run-of-the-mill kitty daycare scene. Think solace and relief. We’ll offer services like deep-tissue kitty massage, fur facials, catnip aroma therapy rooms, manis/pedis — the works!
I mean, it’s so hard for cats to balance work and a personal life these days. I know that in my case, I have to fight for my me time, and I just feel that if it’s that way for me, it must be that way for other kitties, too.
This could be a game changer for the cat community. I really don’t want to get ahead of myself because I know we’re still in the planning stages, but Burke Williams? Yeah, I could be the Burke Williams of the cat spa world.
Tabs the Cat Industries, LLC is poised to take off!
Gotta run. My assistant has me on a strict schedule, and if I don’t take this nap, it’ll throw my whole night off. I have a midnight wardrobe fitting for a feline stage play Iâ€™m doing next month, a cats-only version of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
No rest for the weary!
More money, more problems,