Tommy told Bob about how his day would go most of the time. Mom would get him up in the morning to eat breakfast and get dressed. He would play for a while or listen to a story that Mom would read if she had time. Then it would be time for lunch. He would have to take a nap in the afternoon. It was always fun when Dad came home because he would play with Tommy until supper. They would all sit around the table and visit about their day. Pretty soon, it was time to go to bed. Tommy thought that his life was boring sometimes, except for the playing part, of course.
Bob told Tommy that he had done some of the same things when he was a kitten. Momma would give him breakfast in the morning and almost clean the fur right off of him. Playing was a lot of fun, but he couldn't do it for very long without getting sleepy. Sometimes he played with Momma; sometimes he played with hoomans like Tommy. It seemed like he slept a lot when he was little. His Momma was always close by to protect him and his brothers and sisters. Momma taught him many things so he would be able to take care of himself when he grew up.
By this time, Tommy needed to go home. As they were saying goodbye, they decided what life was all about.
Marion Lovato is the author of Sam, the Superkitty. Her book describes an ordinary cat changing into a superhero to protect his family from things that go bump in the night. Available on Amazon as a paperback or Kindle edition. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1604588667