No, person. I am not leaving the house!
There’s thunder out there.
Besides, I already had my walk today.
I don’t care if you didn’t.
You could have gone on your own walk. You left me for long enough.
It’s a good thing you left the front door open so I could escape.
And it’s a good thing my younger person stayed asleep in bed so he didn’t see me escape.
You want me to tell them the rest of the story?
I don’t want to. It’s too awful.
Oh, I thought you meant the thunder part.
Well, it all started a few days ago when our neighbor saw the devil cat in his yard.
Apparently that devil cat bobcat has been lurking around because today when my person left the house she found a dead cat in our driveway.
And our neighbor found another one in his yard.
My person was so upset she didn’t close the front door when she left.
So now comes the really bad part.
What do you mean, that was the really bad part?
Like I said, the really bad part is coming.
Because it started thundering. And my person was gone. And my younger person was asleep with his door shut.
But I found the open front door and I was off down the street.
I met a really nice neighbor that I didn’t know before.
At least I thought he was nice. Until he called my person and ratted on me.
And then he took me back home and made me go in the house.
He could have at least stopped the thunder first.
So person, I don’t care what you say.
I am not going on another walk today.