MFtS – Hide and Go Seek

She thought she found the perfect hiding spot, playing hide and go seek. My cat, Sassy, makes me laugh every day. She finds the funniest places to hide where she thinks she is invisible and I pretend that she is. I will walk throughout the house calling, “Sassy… Sassy, where are you?” She loves this game and I have fun playing with her.

Of course, she prefers to be outside hunting birds and other prey but on snowy or rainy days when she can’t go outside, we play hide and go seek. If her eyes are hidden, she thinks she is hidden. She is just too funny.


Thank you to Barbara Beacham for hosting Monday’s Finish the Story Challenge. She provides us with a lovely photo prompt, the first sentence to our stories, and approximately 100-150 words with which we write our stories.

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51 thoughts on “MFtS – Hide and Go Seek

  1. Everything I’ve heard about cats leads me to believe Sassy is playing with ‘you’ and seeing how long she can get you to go around saying “Sassy”. ๐Ÿ™‚ Fun story Priceless! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • I don’t think she would purposely hide from me for that long. Something has happened to her and it breaks my heart. As much as she loved me, I’m sure it broke her heart too. Thank you so much for reading and commenting. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. This is a hilarious photo prompt. Very nice cat story! It made me smile thinking about a cat playing hide and seek! Can your cat really do this?

  3. Such a sassy cat! ๐Ÿ™‚ I loved your story Pat! Cats sure do love to play! Scrappy loves the laser light and has become a mad cat over it. He hides and then pounces on the light circle. Be well my friend and thanks for another great story. Be well… ^..^

  4. Good story. Sassy sounded like a very cute cat. Cats can be so funny. Cleo ignores me most of the day sleeping in her strawberry house in my room but around 1 am she wanders over to be petted and made over before I go to bed. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. I remember you writing about Sassy before, and it is shame when pets go missing. Despite her feral nature. she sounded like a lovely little cat.

  6. Cute story, Joy. I used to play with a cat we owned once. She would come from the diningroom stalking me when I was on the livingroom couch. She’d climb up behind me and bat me in the head. Cats can be such characters. Well done. ๐Ÿ˜€ — Suzanne

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