My Dog Leads Two Lives

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

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Omar Blue - The Takeover - Shocka Din meets King Cat Sateer


Hi everyone. I haven't seen you since my birthday. I've been working. Don't forget I'm our company's mascot. Ma says that's a big job and I'm an excellent mascot for BiggSiss. I'll be with you as soon as I get undressed.

In the meantime, take a look at how Me, Ma and Sister Joy's work is paying off. We're in one of the popular magazines. Richmond Magazine.




I'm back now. We're settling down. Ma got a fire going.

Remember the vicious timber wolves that arrived at K-9 Town. There is going to be trouble, that's for sure. We're just waiting for them to start something. 

In the meantime, I'll fill you in on what happened shortly before they arrived. Ma has decided to make this another chapter in her book.

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Shocka Din and his band of ferocious timber wolves continued in search of Omar Blue and the town they intended to overrun.

As they focused more on their surroundings, there came an overwhelming sensation that something wasn’t right. The timber wolves walked in almost complete silence.
Shocka’s acute senses had never failed him. The feeling that something was about to happen consumed him.
 He was about to alert his followers when there came a barrage of rocks, sticks and undetermined objects, all aimed at them.
Coming from the trees.
They looked up and were amazed to see “cats,” running through the branches like monkeys, every once in a while crossing their paths at high speeds, showing absolutely no fear of him or the others. How could this be? Why were they being attacked?
By cats!
If only they could catch a few to make examples of them, but they were too fast. They were only blurs.
Shocka looked around for the leader. There had to be one. This was no random attack.
Finally, he saw what he was looking for. Their eyes locked for a long moment, then King Cat Sateer let out a low meow, and as quick as they had appeared, all of the cats were gone.
As they travelled back to Catdom, King Sateer thought to himself, “Omar wouldn’t mind that we had a little fun.  I want those timber wolves to recognize early that this land and its inhabitants are unlike any they have intruded upon before.
A small lesson indeed, compared to what is in store for them when they reach K-9 Town.” He chuckled as he picked up the pace to a run that would have them back at Catdom in no time at all.

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I'm not the least bit surprised at what my friend King Cat Sateer did. If you recall, I told you he was planning something when I visited him. I'm just glad Shocka Din didn't catch any of that brave bunch.

I don't need to worry about those cats because after Major Diggs, King Sateer is the best strategist I know. I've seen him and his cats outwit adversaries when the odds were against them, many times.


I'm going to dose off for awhile now, then I'll be headed for K-9 Town. I miss my pack when I stay away too long. They are always so glad to see me. Ma understands. There is nothing like it. 

Thanks for coming to see me. I'll be back soon.











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