...but I'll put my paw down when it's necessary!
Miss Bonnie hurted my feelings verry deeply wen she implied that I was being nise to Sully and that I woodn't agree wif ennyfing she said becos I allways agree wif Victor. I fink this is becos wen I was Victor's attorney during the unforchoonit insident (see May 5 & May 14) that took plase at his howse, Miss Bonnie somehow got the mistaken impression that I was accusing her of the possible crime or of framing Victor for the crime.
I have tried to apologize for this misunderstanding before (at the time that it took place) but I fear that my apology was not received in the manner it was presented. It is with my deepest and most heartfelt regret that I offer my apologies to you for any remarks I may have made that caused you to believe that I do not hold you in the highest regard.
I never had any intention of implying that a lovely, gracious, ladycat like yourself would have committed the crime that was purrpetrated at yore residence. I thought that it was evident from my final argument with the photos of cats who bear a striking physical resemblance to Victor, that my plan was to show that the crime was probably committed by an infiltrator to yore home.
I sinseerly hope that you will accept my apology and these tokens of my admiration.
--Finnegan J. Katz, Esq.