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A Shi Tzu's Story

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November 5th 2012 10:46 pm
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Today I have decided to write a book about some cats and dogs. The cats are detectives. Here is part of the first chapter. If you see any mistakes, please let me know via paw-mail. Here is the first part of the first chapter, I will put in more every time I do a Diary entry. I will try and publish the whole story:
The Mystery of the Thanksgiving Turkey
A Cat Detective Short Story
Chapter One
It was very early, one summer morning, and very, very hot for the time of day. The sun shone down on a small cottage, scorching the daffodils and tulips, lavender and daisies, and, most of all, a brown cat crouched in the withering ferns. The tall trees in the garden where motionless and dying from the heat. Heat waves rippled over the road and if you were unlucky enough to be walking along the road at that time, your feet would have been scorched from the cement. As were the paws of a large red Cattle-dog that was trotting towards to cottage. He barked, two short barks, then one long one. He nudged the wooden gate open and trotted off the hot cement road. The cat rose when the ferns and came out to meet him. “Hi, Red,” the cat said. “Golly, its hot today, isn’t it?” the dog nodded and looked at the sky. Then he glanced at the withered flowers and ferns and the dead trees. “I think we need a good rain, and soon!” the dog said. The cat, in his turn, nodded. “Yep, and soon, rather than later.”
The dog’s name was Red. The cat, who was his friend, was called Detective. He and his two friends had formed a club, naming themselves, ‘The Cat Detectives.’ They had already solved one case. Last time, it was the mystery of a robbery at Wilton Drive and the disappearance of the family’s dog, Brown Boy. Brown Boy, or Brownie as the gang called him, helped Red, who was the Cat Detectives mad ‘dogentist,’ as he called it. The two scientists worked side by side, inventing things such as the Human Glasses, which enabled animals to be able to read any words they looked at, just like a human, and it also helped them to be able to see colours.
I'll write more tomorrow. See you later, dawg'!
Suie (Beloved Angel)
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