Pippa The Protector!

by Cathy
(Tyne & Wear, UK)

I no longer have our cat Pippa, but when my daughter was barely out of nappies she would dress Pippa up and put her into a dolls' twin pram.

One day a rather ferocious dog tried to enter the garden when to everyone's surprise Pippa suddenly leaped out of the pram, discarding some of her clothing as she jumped over the gate in pursuit.

We stood in amazement as she jumped onto the dog's back still clad in her doll's bonnet, with her claws dug well in, as the poor dog howled its way at top speed up the road, carrying Pippa out of sight.

A short while later a triumphant Pippa came running back with a bushy tail, but I swear she had a smug look on her face as if to say he won't be back in a hurry!

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