October 30th 2013 11:50 pm
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I was happily trotting around my garden last night when Smudge appeared. Mum says there is no shame in running away from him - he is twice my size - so I legged it towards safety.
But he is an evil cat and cut off my escape route. I tried veering to beside the flat to climb over the fence but he caught up with me.
"Now I've got you," he howled menacingly. I tried frantically to climb away but he was everywhere. I heard my mum call but if he can't see her actually coming for him he doesn't care. I have never been so frightened.
Then - sweet relief - mum appeared and off he ran. I ran straight to my door scarbbling at it - "Let me in!!"
Mum said "I'm behind you, not indoors to let you in" but I was so panicked I just kept pounding at the door. Then she picked me up and carried me back inside. I was never so happy to be home.
Smudge had made a lot of noise and Paul called from next door was it their cat and mum said yes it was. Because it was.
Mum checked me very gently all over and doesn't think I've been bitten but my claws are a bit mashed up where I was scrabbling for safety. I spent a good half hour getting them presentable again. Some are still bad but mum says they'll grow back.
Then I noticed Josie. I didn't want her to think I had gone soft so I pounced on her but my mum stopped me saying it wasn't Josie's fault.
Since then I've had lots of special love and cuddles and a special dinner and I needed it I can tell you. I am happy playing in my own garden. I wish Smudge was happy staying in his!
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Dat Smudge sounds like kind of a bully!
Wow, I'm glad that you're OK. That is not nice to pick on a cat half his size. Tell your Mum you need a German Shepherd for protection.
YEAH, like Timo sayed--you needsa doggy brofur to purrtect you. I LUFF my doggy brofur.