Reblogged from Muttwits:
Scratch are on the rise. A nightmarish cross between furry little doggies and sharp-clawed killing machines. They’re invading Westley Piddle and something’s gotta be done. Donuts, the rugby-loving Welsh Terrier, decides enough is enough – at the infamous battle of the Tesco Extra 5 bins.
A particularly fresh-sniffing day in Westley Piddle, that inconsequential town on the Thameslick between Bisham and Cock Marsh. Winter snowlick is melting away as daffodils and croci burst from the ground in Herdwick pooping park, waving about and begging fourlegs to squirtz ‘ems. And wot can be better than that? When a squirtz is all that really matters to a fourlegs, apart from solid noshing, corss.
Trouble is, changing weather is making the bright hot ball in the sky brighter and attracting a lot of unwanted scratch. It’s no longer safe for a decent fourlegs to go sniffing ‘round abouts the undergrowth and marker posts in the woods, cocking a leg. Scratch just sit there, watching, waiting. An unspeakable contempt in their malign presence. Wotz worse, more scratch are appearing in Westley Piddle. The opening of a scratch sanctuary down the far end of Nelson Avenue, close by Tesco Extra, may have something to do with it.
A particularly troublesome snifz is hanging over town and fours are in a tiswas. Ain’t natural!
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