Release of feline from reticule

With Toby being out on his ear and possibly headed back to the bungalow or possibly not, I feel the chances of him dropping a clanger - 'Yeah, well Pip felt so bad about what happened she felt she needed to make it up to her parents financially somehow ’ - are looking better than they were. Gawd, I hope he does blab, because the way things were going with dam and calf tonight, it looks as if the revolving Pip will be back on the Brookfield pedestal by Sunday and the subject of approving comment further afield.

And I don’t think I could bear it.

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So basically what we need is a spring-loaded cat, as seen in all the best (worst) horror films to provide a jump-scare to the heroine.

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One of those boxing glove jack-in-a-box arrangements would be better and avoid any inconvenience to a perfectly good cat.

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Is it one of the 101 uses for a dead cat?

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Consider yourself fixed with a beady glare of disapprobation. Make that two glares, as Mrs B. Cat will join in.

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The cat will join in being categorically disapproving with dogged persistence.

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