Posted on 04-02-2015
Kit Kat: I was feeling a bit down for a day. Not sure what happened, tired though. The authorities gave me a stinging poke. I feel much better now.
I must voice a complaint. I went outside yesterday and the day before and all my lovely chewing grass has been cut short. I did find some patches that I could chew on, but it just wasn't the same. Why do they do this to me?
As a result of my pent up energy and the fact that I am feeling better, I have had great fun running about the clinic, knocking things over, tormenting the dogs etc. Is any other life this good?
Scary experience today. This dragon like creature was loose in the lobby and it was running for the door. I was sure that it was going to eat me or perhaps roast me to a crisp. It must have weighed 80 lbs or more! The scary lizards name is "Ness" isn't there a legendary monster that is suppose to live in a lake in Scotland named Ness something. This can't be good.
The authorities tell me it is an Iguana. And it was only 8 lbs. I still think it could breath fire!
Molly: Must have missed that one. Or should I say I was too smart to be out in the lobby when there is a a lizard loose bent on escaping.
Tom: I heard some extra noise and some yelling upstairs. I haven't ever seen a dragon before. Nor do I want to see one. I did hear though that they do have treasure. Perhaps as a group we can invent a spectacular plan for raiding the lair of the dragon. Then we can share the loot. Imagine it we could eat whatever we want, we could have paw massages, soft beds, servants to wait on us hand and foot. We already have that, but you know it could be better.
Professor: That must have been a terrifying experience! I get scared of plastic bags or socks if there are on the floor. Let alone a fire breathing monster.
I believe it is called the Loch Ness Monster, just FYI
Last night I chased off the stray cat that was around the house again. At first it didn't want to move. I must work on my intimidation skills again. Maybe I should brush up on my martial arts.
Molly: Perhaps you just need to work on your attitude. I don't seem to have much of a problem.
Big Black Kitty: I am happy to say no dragons around here either. I'll have to think about the dragon looting adventure. I have been feeling a little of my age lately. I have a slightly harder time jumping on the bed.
I have had the most wonderful catnip treats the last few nights. They are quite divine. I must remember to tell mom I want more. I think she has gotten the hint.
Kit Kat, Molly and Tom: Yes our treats have been the best too. I think mom has gotten that right.
Speaking of treats I'm off to have some right now. Enjoy.
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