Cupcake: This is comfy.
Cupcake: I fit just fine with my blanket.
Cupcake: Move over, blanket.
Cupcake: Did Mr. Newton teach you this trick, blanket?
Newton: This is new.
Cupcake: The humans said it was my holiday present a little bit early.
Cupcake: I like presents, but I don’t know what I’m supposed to do with this one. You can’t eat it. Or play with it. What good is it?
Newton: I think you must have misunderstood what they were saying. This is obviously for me.
Cupcake: It’s okay, Mr. Newton. I have my cupcake, so you can sleep in the cruiser.
Cupcake: What’s this? I remember this green thing from last year. No one told me it would be back again!
Cupcake: I can help supervise this if you let me sit here where I can see all the action.
Cupcake: Wait a minute, I need to chase Mr. Newton. Be right back.
Cupcake: I’m back. I learn new words from him every day. Anyhow, as I was saying, I really like this spot. I can see everything, including up into this thing.
Cupcake: Way, way up.
Cupcake: What do you think, should I go up there?
Cupcake: The humans think it’s funny that I like to get in high places. I don’t understand why they think this high place is the funniest of all.
Cupcake: This has a great view. It is just above the human litter box, and I can watch all the water splash into the sink if I look over this side.
Cupcake: Turn the sink up so it splashes a little more, please.
Cupcake: I’m going to supervise everything from up here.
Cupcake: Make sure you bury that when you finish, OK? I only bury Pierre’s business. You’re on your own.