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And Bella and Arthur have had an enjoyment weekend too, unleashed and roaming mine and the neighbours garden. Of course keeping them in until they get access to the fabled cat flap is now going to be increasingly difficult now that they have tasted freedom.
If this doesn’t encourage me to keep going I don’t know what will?!
Am loving your style, and the story certainly has me gripped.—Laura, from my crit group over at WriteWords