Posted by: DIYwriting | February 16, 2022

Marty

PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson 

I knew something was wrong when Marty started hiding behind the books. He was the more social of the two of us and now I had to start talking to customers all alone. I tried coaxing him out with treats, but he was having none of it. As the days dragged along with Marty still in hiding, I began to look for answers of why. Jackson wasn’t back. I stopped using the loud coffee maker. I took the bell off the door in case the jingling was bothering him. I never knew he could sense my ex living next door. 

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  1. A cat that talks to customers is a wonderful asset to any business. No expense should be spared to coax the cat out again

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  2. Marty has ESP- extra sensory perception.

    His ex must sure have been a terrible person. Poor Marty.

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  3. A cat with a good sense of character judgement. Hope the ex stays away.

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  4. Now that is a can one should keep!

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  5. If he hides like that when Jackson is gone, I wonder who Marty is really afraid of?

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  6. Poor Marty, so sensitive. That Jackson must be horrible.

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  7. I do believe our pets have a sixth sense about such things. I’m wondering how this will all turn out if the ex is close by and not revealing himself. Sounds ominous.

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  8. If only Marty could really talk! Nice one.

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  9. Hmmm. Ex must be some kind of dog. Well done.

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  10. I found out the other day that cats have 80 per cent more capacity to hear than we do – now I understand why my cat just sits – and listens.

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  11. Well, that was an unexpected punch in the nose 🙂

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