My Dog Leads Two Lives

My Dog Leads Two Lives
I've learned not to worry. I know he'll be back.

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Omar Blue, The Takeover and King Cat Sateer

Hello everyone.

I just finished checking on Ma and making sure my BiggSiss mascot assistants were doing okay. Ma says they are doing fine, spreading the word about our company, BiggSiss.

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In the meantime, I have to get back to my pack at K-9 Town. I told Ma what's been happening since you were last here. I knew she'd want to tell you and that will keep her busy.

She's still trying to get her mojo working so she can follow me but that's not going to happen. She's safe here, while I do what's needed at K-9 Town.

(When we left Omar and his pack, they were scurrying to make sure their friends would be safe from the dangerous timber wolves coming to take over K-9 Town. We couldn't stop there. That wouldn't be fair. So enjoy...)

THE TAKEOVER - Chapter Two

Evacuating Catdom was another story. Omar decided he would handle letting King Cat Sateer know about the intruders himself.

King Cat Sateer is leader of Catdom. He is wise and brave and Omar Blue respects him more than any animal outside of his pack. The cats had made this land their home long before K-9 Town came into existence.

Not long after Omar and his followers settled into K-9 Town, the wise cat leader came to Omar to secure peace between the dogs and cats. He came with sincerity and without fear, which let Omar know he would keep any agreements made between them, and he has.
The dogs and cats get along well, though sometimes the cats get overly friendly with the rubbing and all.

The puppies and kittens are a different story. They seem to relish playing tricks on each other, but the important thing is that they are growing up together and have formed relationships that can come in handy at any time.
As a matter of fact, when bored, they team up and go after the baby tree monsters. The little tree monsters are always up for the challenge and love the attention.

If the time ever comes, they'll protect each other against enemy intruders. Just like the adults. That's the plan.
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When Omar reached King Cat Sateer, he could tell his friend had been waiting for him, while he sat up in the hills overlooking the beautiful wilderness.
“What is this I hear, Omar?” he asked. “I’m told we can expect intruders who want to do great harm.
How may we help? We cannot sit by while this is happening, though I know you have the situation well in hand.” At those words King Cat Sateer looked directly into Omar Blue’s eyes. As he expected, there was not a trace of weakness or vulnerability; he saw only strength and determination, as usual.
Sateer thought to himself, “Were I the timber wolf Shocka Din, I would certainly stay clear of Omar Blue and K-9 Town, USA. 
How I’d love to be around to witness the confrontation but I must stay put. If this Shocka Din strays into Catdom, we will be ready.”

Truth be told, King Cat Sateer was in his "offense" planning mode.
The familiar facial expressions between them, told all. After a brief conversation about what was to come, both knew what needed to be done and that it would be done. 
Omar never mentioned bringing the cats into K-9 Town. He knew his friend would not agree to it. He also knew King Cat Sateer was hoping Shocka Din would pass Catdom on the way to K-9 Town.
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Shocka Din is pretty confident. After all, he has with him the meanest, ferocious and most feared, next to him of course, pack of timber wolves he’s ever run across. The females are as dangerous as the males.
They are unbeatable, he tells himself. 
Soon he will have his own town. He and his pack will have those dogs worshipping them. After all, the only real threat was The Ghost and he would make sure The Ghost gets special attention.
As for leader Omar Blue, that Doberman won’t know what hit him. I’ll defeat him in front of his pack. They'll no longer respect him when I’m done, he thought.
Yes, Shocka Din has a plan and poor Omar Blue is in for big trouble, is his thinking, with a look of satisfaction on his face.
One would think Shocka would be wondering, however, knowing The Ghost, what kind of canine this was that could earn his respect and loyalty. The Ghost never formed alliances and he definitely wasn’t a follower. 
Shocka Din also has no idea that if he took The Ghost, and Omar Blue, out of the equation, Omar’s pack is still a mighty faction to reckon with.

To underestimate them as he's doing will surely mean his failure and possibly his death.

We hope you've enjoyed Chapter Two of THE TAKEN.  Stay tuned. The best is yet to come.

This book is not yet in print. Comments are always welcome.

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