Cynthia: Love this photo from Paris Vogue circa 1969.
|Paris Vogue, 1969|
Cynthia: It was for Bally Switzerland – a shoe company that has been around since 1854. And that loafer is so beautiful. Loafers are very trendy right now but I have yet to see one so elegant with a perfect heel like the one in the picture.
And of course, that kitten is so sweet!
Marcy: You don’t really think that so called “sweet” kitten is really saying “I love you” to the giantess in the photo, do you?
Cynthia: Sure. Why not?
Marcy (chuckling): You humans are so gullible when it comes to kittens. How long do you think her stockings remained free of kitty tracks, kitty snags, and kitty holes?
Cynthia: Oh. Yes. I see what you’re saying. The kitten is not really looking up at the giantess. Instead, she is staring at her tights. Rather maniacally too, I might add.
Marcy: I told you, Cindy, it is always in your best interest to never trust a kitten. Just don’t.
Cynthia: I guess you’re right. I wonder how long into the shoot before little kitty went on the Stocking Onslaught?
Marcy: Actually, the real question is whether the giantess survived being a kitten rock climbing wall and exactly how much blood was involved.
Cynthia shudders in terror. Marcy peacefully curls up for her 2nd afternoon nap.