139. The Wildlife Watch – by Monty

Chicken has insisted that we perform a closing ceremony for our Independent Olympic Games, so I have spent some time choreographing a routine which we are now rehearsing on a daily basis. There is still a second Games to come, but my suggestion that we continue with our games has met with opposition, due to the fact that Chicken thinks she has won and doesn’t want to risk me catching up with regards medals awarded. The Fairy has also implied that she would like us to perform the ceremony as quickly as possible, to avoid further damage to my garden.

I have spent quite a lot of time in my office recently, which is located under the dining table. I’m in the process of planning some secret operational manouvers, which are in part a result of a meeting which I had with Ugly Cat.


The Watch

Ugly Cat informed me that a fox has been sighted on the estate late at night, and that the local wildlife are extremely concerned about this. After giving the situation some thought, I suggested forming a Wildlife Neighbourhood Watch. Ugly Cat volunteered to lead the Wildlife Watch, but I recommended installing a more experienced officer to the post, citing my own credentials. This was only agreed upon, after Ugly Cat was appointed as Second In Command.

Chicken’s first suggestion that she eat all vulnerable wildlife to sabotage the fox’s plans was rejected on the grounds that it was rather at odds with the aims of The Wildlife Watch. She then demanded she be given the position of Public Relations Officer, which was reluctantly agreed upon, based on an understanding that she submit all her written statements for approval before releasing them to the press.

Chicken agreed to these terms, though did utter the word bum under her breath.


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4 thoughts on “139. The Wildlife Watch – by Monty

  1. Gosh Monty – you are so important having your own office – i have a small pink handbag where I keep my important papers πŸ‘›πŸ’‹πŸ‘—. Wildlife watching is a good idea – we have munkjac deer who come into my garden sometimes and eat the plants – so what with them and the hedgies it’s all go.

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    • I love my office. I have never seen a deer – you are very lucky, though the plants might not think so. Keep your eye on that hedgie Daisy. You do not want it sharing all its ‘friends’ with you again!
      Chicken now wants a handbag.

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  2. All your practice paid off, M. You are both in sync perfectly! Well, physically, at least.

    Love and licks,

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