feline adj. 猫科的 / n. 猫；猫科动物
e. g. Most feline animals have good hunting skill. 大部分猫科动物都有很好的狩猎技巧。
e. g. Have you seen Duran's new condo? 你看到杜兰的新公寓了吗?
clomp v. 以沉重的步子行走
e. g. They clomp up stairs, stride when they walk and don't worry about where they put their legs when they sit. 她们上楼梯脚步很重，走起路来大步流星，当他们坐下来时也从不考虑将腿放在哪。
chitchat n. 闲谈，聊天
e. g. Conversation ranges from science to politics to personal chitchat. 谈论的话题从科学到政治以及个人之间的闲聊等。
coop v. 把…关在笼子（或栏舍等）中，把…拘禁起来
e. g. He is cooped up in a cramped cell with 10 other inmates. 他和其他10名犯人被囚禁在一间狭窄的牢房里。
A Feline Perspective
There was once a kitty named Bear.
He loved to play, run outside and chase spiders.
He was a happy cat without a care in the world.
He would often sit on top of the fence next to his owner's condo and listen to all the human noises.
His eyes would shut halfway as he would wonder what all the noise was about and why they felt it important to create it day after day, night after night.
Shouts, laughter, tears, whirring and buzzing of objects, incessant voices of the big brown box, clomping of feet, chitchat and snoring would fill his delicate feline ears.
Humans are odd, indeed.
Why can't they see the beauty that is all around them?
Locked up in their giant boxes, they very rarely played.
Only the little humans played, but if they played too long or with too much delight then the big humans would make them stop.
Bear was both amused and saddened by these unnatural creatures.
He tried to console them and make them play from time to time, but this was always short-lived, if that.
Eventually Bear gave up his attempts and abandoned the fence outside.
Running away into the fields, he declared to never become human, if he had any say in the matter.
No, sir, no one was going to turn this kitty into a cooped up noise box.