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Life According to Flurry!

Curiosity killed the cat, but for a while I was a suspect.

October 22nd 2005 2:00 pm
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He didn't exactly die and neither did dad but it was close...
It all happened yesterday I was on my usual dog stroll around the yard and there he was fishing by the pond. Back arched ready to pounce on that little goldfish. I barked "Leave him alone!" and there Cyber was looking wide eyed at me, fur up and away he ran. Good I thought that'll teach him. Pat myself on the back Flurry.
Then he flew right over the fence into the neighbors yard he ran, ut oh, ut oh, I'm in trouble. I ran into the house. I could hear the German sheperds deep bark, I watched from the window in fear as the dust flew. Screams and barks, this could not be good.
I could see me dog house through the sliding glass door, my future home I presume looked awful cold. I hung my head low as I heard the knock on the door, yep, it was the neighbor (gulp) Rat. Mom & dad flew from the house to the neighbors lawn. I ran out back through the doggie door, ut oh I could see him way up that tree, dad rushed by ladder in hand, mom at his side. Dad braved that ladder to the last rung, while mom held it steady for him. The tree was thin and the ladder was wobbling. It took awhile for dad to get the cat out of that tree. The cat was so scared he peeded first on dad then mom. Oh boy. I went into the dog house and fluffed up the bed, I was in trouble!!
Curiosity nearly killed the cat, but for a while I was a suspect.


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