In our village, just front of each house, each shed, each hut, noone especially thieves, can escape this formal injonction : BEWARE OF TH DOG
At least all doubtfull visitors are considered as warned!! The woman (such a seet lady), wanted to put another gentled kind of notice : BEWARE OF GENTLE CATS, but anyone in the human family was laughing at her, saying how crazy she was about US, the CATS.
Until recently, we, the cats of the house, were thinking how useless our dog was.
His tribute was only to bring us fleas, to lap up and steal our sustenance, his only use is to serve as an alive carpet, always lying lazily in front of the man's huge alien's foot, the dog is allways cosying him up, on an indecent way, generator of noise and dust.
Until that day the humans were gone wherever, to show to some naive clients their last productions
suddenly, a wicked man broke into our garden
then broke into OUR house, totally confident in his right to be illegally there because this man was an "honourable bailif".
The dog who doesn't care about humans sense of honor did his job.
Suddenly, our huge lazy flea reservoir bag, was transformed into a frightening efficient predator, and was transmued as bloodthirsty monster, who slit the intrusive's throat with such an esthetic sense.
The cats of the house will for ever feel gratefull to the dog, who offered them such a delight full spectacle.
A weird thing happened: THE DOG ASKED FOR OUR HELP because for an ununderstable reason, our humans don'dont like to find human bodies in their property.
We had to make that body disppear and clean off the scene of the crime.
We (dog and cats) had very nice help from crows
vulturs, mice, snakes,rats
and for the refinated finishing: hundred of blue-flies and thousands of ants
and here, we the four cats, were so happy to finish the "left-overs".
What a memorable and wonderfull day. Oh,we had sooooooooo much fun!!!
The humans have made other lousy paintings
we cannot wait until another time they will leave to sell that.
Hopefully, next time the postman may come...
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