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THE CASE OF THE MISSING CAT & BURIED TREASURE

PLAYGIRL'S MISSING CAT & BURIED TREASURE!

I'm going to share with you a wonderful story, along with many pictures of various sections of my house and vast basement. This happened to Grandpa and me about two months ago. I've been meaning to reveal the events of what happened and the time has finally come.

It's going to be difficult for me to try and express in exact detail what happened. It's a long and intricate story, but I'll do my best.

It has to do with one of my outdoor cats getting lost inside my house and the events that followed which led Grandpa and me to the discovery of buried treasure, treasure which may be considered trash to some, but to me, it's treasure from the past!

I can hardly wait to share this true life adventure with you!

I just may kill two birds with one stone and use the same pictures of my basement, to give TRUE detailed accounts of a world of shadow people who live there! SPOOKY BOO BOO! I know! You think Playgirl's finally gone totally quacky, huh? NO! Although, I've been accused of it, I have NOT gone quacky, at least not yet! YAY!

PLAYGIRL'S CAT AND BURIED TREASURE PART 1:

This is how the story begins:

One morning I decided to bring one of my outdoor cats into the house. I grabbed her and let her lose in the house. She was terrified from the moment I let her loose, because she had never been inside and because Mickey and Jewely started barking at her. Mickey and Jewely are use to Davy. Try to remember that Davy is the cat that was attacked viciously by my next door neighbor's little dogs, when he was a kitten. Davy has lived inside my house ever since.

When I placed the outdoor cat on the floor, she ran towards the hallway, and I didn't see her again for that day. I placed a little mat on the living room floor, then placed a bowl of water and some cat food on top, then I just walked away to attend to some stuff and forgot about it.

The next day, I noticed that the cat hadn't touched its food, so I started looking for her throughout the house and couldn't find her. I finally yelled for Grandpa to come and help me look for the cat. We both searched every single room, going through the closets, under the beds, behind furniture. We were unsuccessful in finding her. Now remember this is the 2nd day that the cat's been missing!

I have a very big basement with many different sections throughout. On the 3rd day I remembered the man who sold me the house, telling me that he had once found a dead cat in the basement. It had apparently gotten in without anyone knowing and had been trapped when the doors had been shut. I really started worrying because there were still no signs that the cat had eaten.

I yelled for Grandpa and told him that I felt that one of us had somehow left one of the doors to the basement opened and the cat had somehow wondered inside, while one of us had shut the door without realizing she was in there.

Grandpa set out immediately to start searching for her in the basement!

TOMORROW PART 2 OF PLAYGIRL'S MISSING CAT & BURIED TREASURE


PLAYGIRL'S CAT AND BURIED TREASURE PART 1
PLAYGIRL'S CAT AND BURIED TREASURE PART 2

THE CASE OF THE
MISSING CAT & BURIED TREASURE PART 3


THE CASE
OF THE MISSING CAT & BURIED TREASURE PART 4


THE CASE
OF THE MISSING CAT & BURIED TREASURE PART 5


THE CASE OF THE MISSING CAT & BURIED TREASURE PART 6

THE CASE OF THE MISSING CAT & BURIED TREASURE PART 6

PLAYGIRL'S QUOTE FOR TODAY:
"Solitude is such a potential thing.
We hear voices in solitude, we never
hear in the hurry and turmoil of life;
we receive counsels and comforts,
we get under no other condition ..."
- Amelia E. Barr


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Please send me your last pair of shoes, worn out with
dancing as you mentioned in your letter, so that
I might have something to press against my heart.
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe



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