Three Hoodies Save the World

Constant moaning and whinging about everything

Look what the cat dragged in.

I just found this in my writing room. It might be Harley but then again it might not; there are so many different kinds of animals prowling the streets of London these days. I’m afraid to wake him/it up in case it isn’t. The last time was a very painful experience.


I must have been typing too loud because he just woke up, gave me a stern look and immediately sank back into sleep; presumably dreaming of what he’s going to eviscerate tonight.


Next time I want to come back as a moggy.


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4 thoughts on “Look what the cat dragged in.

  1. Awwwwwe 🙂

  2. it was a rat, a small rat, a rattlet almost.

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