Dog Diaries – The Cat Incident

Dog Diaries 6 October 2017

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Scooby (12), Shaggy (6) and Scrappy (1) do not like Cats. They have a serious dislike of them. Most Cats do not attempt to come into our garden or even come close to the gate. When you mention the word CAT they will start looking out of the window, going to the door or often barking, they make their feelings known about CATS.

Last Monday afternoon a big Ginger Cat decided to come into our Garden, and we didn’t know. As usual when I went outside the dogs always go with in a big rush. Shaggy and Scrappy are first through the door and run like crazy to see who can reach the gate first.

Scooby who lags behind as she is an Old Aged Pensioner now, takes things a bit slower. Surprise, Surprise she turned and saw the Cat and that was it. Shaggy and Scooby ran to get it. The Cat jumped onto Scooby’s shoulders, digging her claws into Scooby back and shoulders.

 

Both dogs were fighting with this Cat, they both managed to get cuts and bumps but nothing too serious. The Cat ran into the corner and they cornered it. By then, I am screaming for my son to come fast, shouting “they have a Cat”. Out he comes and gets into the middle, to try to get the dogs away, he did manage and with lots of shouts and screams we managed to get them into the house. The Cat jumped up into the Frangipani Tree, out of the way.

The dogs were so excited after that and just wanted to go outside, but we kept them in just in-case the Cat was hanging around. Lots of excitement from Scooby and Shaggy, as old as Scooby is she can still run around when she needs to. Scrappy had no idea what all the fuss was about and was just running around wondering what to do but after the fight she was barking at the TV thinking she had seen the Cat.



After a while I went out and found the Cat had gone. The Cat was fine and no worse for wear and has not been back since.

 

Come back next Friday for more adventures of Scooby, Shaggy and Scrappy in Dog Diaries.

 

 

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