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Ding Dong the Wicked Dog is Gone

Sassy the cat sings a song.

Let’s sing a song. The music is the song from the Wizard of OZ. We’re only going to change a few words. Instead of singing, Ding Dong the Wicked Witch is Dead. We will sing,

Ding Dong the wicked dog is gone.

That was so good, you can really sing. Now, let’s repeat.

Ding Dong! The Wicked Dog is gone.

Which old Dog?

Tasha, The Wicked Dog!

Ding Dong! The Wicked Dog is gone.

Ding Dong the wicked dog is gone. The wicked dog is gone.

Last week was an utter nightmare with that damn dog living in the garage. I spent the first night outside and plenty of days hiding from the sunshine. Did I mention that I don’t like too much sun, or wind, or rain or perfect weather. I prefer not to go outside at all, but if I must then it has to be at night when the moon is high in the night sky.

The dog lounged all week in that garage recovering from her surgery. And what was wrong with her sleeping outside?  Mom said she had to be in a clean place, so that means she had to go stinkin’ up my clean garage, how dare they.

My food was moved into the kitchen, but it was too close to my litter box, stinky. Why am I always the one that gets put out, not fair, not fair. Now that the dog has been moved outside, this cat can get some beauty sleep. Although, I wonder when it will stop smelling like dog?

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