A long, long time ago, three fearsome robbers with tall black hats, roamed all over the country-side. They threw pepper in the horses’ faces to stop carrages and then chopped up the wheels with a bright red ax. All the humans were scared to death and even the dogs ran away. (Of course, if cats had been here, they would not have run away, but would have scratched out the eyes of the robbers. Next time the author should consult me). The robbers hid their loot in a cave, where they had trunks full of jewels, gold, and precious stones.
But one day the robbers stumbled upon a carriage carrying only a small orphan girl, named Tiffany. She was on her way to live with a wicked old aunt so was very happy to see the robbers. But what’s a robber to do with a little girl? They bundled her up, and took her to their cave of treasures and made soft bed for her. Next morning she got up and stumbled upon all the treasure and asked what they intended to do with all their loot. They didn’t have a clue.
So the robbers set out to find unhappy and abandoned children, and took them to live in a beautiful castle which they had bought with their loot. As the news spread all over the land, more and more children arrived on the doorstep, and were given shelter in the castle. And they grew up, built a village, and lived happily ever after.
I have to say this is a really good ending. In fact, I liked this story so much, that I decided to dress up like a cat robber as you can see from the photo. Do you think I would scare humans with my mask? I think so. So maybe someday I will roam the land and rob and steal, so I can build a home with plenty of food for all the abandoned, hungry, and lost kittens
"In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this."