My name is Storee Wryter. Yes, that's my name and that's what I do. I write stories about lots of things. The book, Storee Wryter Gets a Dog, tells all about how I trained my dog, Addie, to become a therapy dog. My cat, Critique, helped too as you will see when you read the book.
Critique is a very smart cat and I love her a lot. One of the things I love most about her is her independent attitude. When she doesn't like something she scowls and swishes her tail and stalks off in a snit. Sometimes she looks so funny doing it I have to laugh and she doesn't like that at all. However, if she does likes something she purrs to let me know and we both like that.
Today Critique is concerned. Our neighbor's cat is missing. Blackie is an indoor cat but he got out when our neighbor was taking out the trash. He's been gone all night and his family is very worried. Critique has been staring out the window, her tail swishing like crazy, ever since our neighbor came by to ask us to be on the lookout for Blackie. I bet she's watching for him and wishing she could do more to help.
I wasn't sure what to do so I searched the Internet for ideas and I found a link on ehow that has some very good suggestions, including this one that I shared with our neighbor. I hope it works and I bet Critique does too.