I have a scheme and it’s going to happen. I am going to bring my cat to school. Now all of this may sound very hard, but if you think about it, after I plan it al out, it should be relatively easy to execute. But it wasn’t until I tried taking my cat for a ‘field trip’ around my apartment complex did I realize that the execution would also be very hard.
pros: Padme(my cat) is a quiet cat, her crying or yowling should not be too much of an issue
cons: padme is a very heavy cat, carrying her 30 minutes to my school will be a chore, not to mention she’s scared of cars. I will also have to get her past the metal detectors in front of my building. My mom also said that I’d be on my own for this, she refused to be my backup for getting the cat back OUT of school.
Now, obviously, there is a lot of work that has to happen behind the scenes before my cat crosses the threshold that I call hell–I mean school.
- I have to register her as my ESA (Emotional Support Animal) this will help me get her past my school police and the metal detectors.
- I have to get my Advisor, Mr. Clapper in on it to help me sneak her in
- I also have to get my school therapist aka my soccer coach in on it, to help get it past my principal.
There is clearly much to be done, but I have to do this. I have to. I really do.