by DarkJade

It seemed like an obvious case.

Of course the feline did it.

This would not do…

As I looked upwards at the great stone house on top of the hill, I knew that the answers I seeked were within.

I would, of course, need to deal with a very upset lot.

All looking to lynch Peppermint, the Miller’s cat.

So before anything else, I needs prove its innocence.

If it was indeed innocent.

And if in fact I could survive such a task.

The mouse chesterfield sits in the field looking up at the house above.

This isn’t going to be easy.




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