Mostly True Memoirs
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Through a series of social media posts, we now know the identity of the black-and-white cat that has been tormenting poor Blue.
Her name is Trixie.
Trixie the Cat often parades herself in front of the window, ignoring Blue’s ferocious warnings.
Trixie likes to nap in the sunbeam on the front porch, pretending to be oblivious to Blue’s ferocious warnings.
Sometimes, when the sunbeam moves, Trixie will nap and/or parade further down the front walk.
She always stays in view of the window.
And always, Blue’s ferocious warnings fall on pretend-to-be-deaf ears.
Would Trixie be so brave if I let Blue out?
Would Blue be so ferocious face-to-face with a rumored tough cat?
We’re not going to find out.
I have a sneaking suspicion that Trixie would win that fight.
But don’t tell Blue I said that.
She’s already insulted that I laugh at Trixie’s antics.
We’ll just let Blue continue to think she’s the biggest, baddest, most ferocious pet in the neighborhood.
Good girl, Blue, good girl.
Everyone has a story to tell.