How I Saved The City Of Garland
Kitties, we had a stressful day yesterday. We live in the City of Garland, which is a suburb of Dallas, Texas. Yesterday, the Dallas area was hit by what experts believe to be 18 tornados. Lucky, Mommie had me there to save the day.
The day started out normal. Mommie was staring vacantly into space and Sassy was stuffing her face. I, however, was busy monitoring the weather on my laptop. I was in constant contact with the National Weather Service, acting as a local weather expert. My whiskers were tingling, something was up. Suddenly, my super keen senses detected a funnel cloud over Forney, Texas. Now, Mommie doesn’t believe I knew about this since Forney is about 20 miles from Garland, about as I said, I have super keen senses!
I immediately tried to get Garland to sound the weather warning siren, but our phone was out! So I ran back inside the house, tracked down Sassy, who was hiding under the bed, and bit down on her tail as hard as I could. I am pretty sure people living in other counties heard that screech. The people of Garland had been warned and were safe. The mayor is planning on making a speech and giving me the key to the city next week. I wonder if the key will open the door to our local seafood restaurant?
Note from the Mommie: Although it is easy to laugh about it now, it was pretty scary yesterday. We did have 18 tornados touch down around us, but luckily none in the city of Garland, just in cities all around us. The airport and local schools were on lockdown. The kitties and I spent a lot of quality time in the hallway! And here is the amazing and by the Grace of God fact: we had over 650 homes in the Dallas area damaged, but not one serious injury has been reported!