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The Kibble Caper - The Investigation So Far


By BJChips(5,633) BJChips



Dear Diary,
 
Today I launched into a detailed investigation of the theft of my kibble. I have spent the last forty-eight hours searching various hiding spots on the lower level of the house.
 
A through check of the sofa cushions and the two overstuffed chairs netted me a long lost tennis ball (partial worn out) several small pieces of rawhide chews that I must have lost at some time. The stupid squeak toy some friend of my human gave me for Christmas last year (I couldn’t stand it so I hid it).  There were a few crumbs of popcorn and several pieces of potato chip in the recliner, obviously leftovers from Monday night’s football game.
 
Checking the downstairs bath was a complete waste of time. Not even an empty toilet tissue tube in the wastebasket. I momentarily considered unrolling the current tissue roll from its holder but opted to save that for another time when life has became boring.

The hall closet took some time to jiggle open the door and even longer to search. It’s a good thing that I’m a natural born climber or I wouldn’t have been able to search the two upper shelves. I found one of that silly cat’s jingle balls and took it for myself. Tonight I will torture him by playing with it while I watch television with my humans. He won’t dare to claim it in front of them so I will make the most of playing with it even though I consider a plastic ball with a jingle bell inside it beyond stupid!
 
During the afternoon I opened and searched all of the kitchen and laundry room cupboards while the cat slept in his cozy. Last night I was able to conduct a search of his sleeping cozy while he busied himself with his nightly washing ritual on the couch. PHEW!  The cozy reeks of cat smell that scent unique to housecats. I can only describe it as a cross between the smell of a wet houseplant and a twice-used dryer sheet.
 
Having searched for several hours and found nothing of any value, I took a break from the kibble search to contemplate the murder of the bird in my backyard. Watching from the back window, I was able to see the comings and goings of the birds, squirrels and an occasional chipmunk but nothing presented itself as a clue to who may have murdered that poor defenseless creature. I admit I am stumped on both issues.
 
Tonight I will go undercover (the sofa) and watch the nighttime habits of the cat. Perhaps he will make a mistake and reveal some clue that will lead me in the right direction. Tomorrow both my human pets will sleep late and I’ll be able to obtain access to the back yard without their supervision while they dodder over breakfast.  Not to fear I will find out whom the criminal is and bring them to justice. 


I have to sign off for now dear diary; Meerkat Manor is on Animal Planet.




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