Friday, January 9, 2015

It's Blogville Inaugration time!

Junior Officer Abby here.  I'm so excited - my first official full day as one of Blogville's Paw-lice department!

We are so ready for the Inauguration of Murphy and Stanley as co-mayors as Mayor Madi retires. It should go without a hitch.

 Officer Sully is in charge of field operations. SIDEBITE  is stationed at one side of the inaugural platform and everyone has walkies talkies (Walkies! Walkies! - oh sorry - I got excited there for a minute).

Ahem.

Sully is going to fly the department helicopter (Mom says to watch out for retreating blade stall!) over the parade route to spot any sign or trouble so he can land. I'm on ground duty scanning the crowds out front with Junior Officers Whitey and Riley. Officer Gussie has our dignitaries in the limo.

 Wait - what's this?
Just a moment ago - off to the side of the street- that was just a plastic container.  What's that climbing out of it?
 He's alone - maybe he's just interested in the garbage can put out to collect the inauguration trash.
 No - wait - he's spotted the crowds. He's signaling someone with his tail.
 This doesn't look good - he's climbing up to get a few of the platform there in the distance.
 Just a lone nut job - or something more disruptive?
He's spotted me.

I hear one of the other officers on my walkies talkie!  This one's just a scout, there's a bunch of squirrels trying to disrupt the proceedings!

Junior Officers - let's round them up!

Nothing to see here folks!  To see how this shakes out - I'd go visit these two blogs to start as the blog hop builds
Sully Texas Scottie

12 comments:

  1. Aroooo! 10-4, I are on dat skwerril!

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  2. It is a TREE RAT!!! Go get 'em!! Heading on over to Murphy and Stanley's for the BIG day!!
    xo Chloe and LadyBug

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  3. We could have a squirrel bbq to celebrate the great day... bet you can get that critters Abby :o)
    Easy Rider

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  4. Wow, Jr Officer Abby, great job of surveillance on that squirrel critter! The entire police force is really on their toes and I'm so proud of all of us. We're keeping everyone safe and the Inauguration is going perfectly. Thanks for the hard work!
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Police Commish

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  5. Don't be fooled by their fluffy tails! They can't be trusted!

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  6. Great Job Officer Abby!! You are one of Blogille's finest!

    Respectively Yours,

    Murphy & Stanley
    Mayorz For All Paws

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  7. Great job Abby, so proud of you and the Junior Offices, you have proved your more thye capable of handling police situations and are ready for any upcoming activity we may have.

    Top Cop Bites

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  8. Hey, add your self the the blog hop, just, click your next and following the directions.

    Ouitstanding job today!

    Top Cop Bites

    we have you in our reading list now so we can follow your blog

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  9. ABBY OMDS HOW NICE TO MEET YOU!!
    BRAVO BRAVO ON YOUR WORK AS A JUNIOR OFFICER AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE TODAY. I PREDICT IN 2 SHAKES OF A CAT'S TAIL YOU WILL BE PROMOTED.
    HUGS MADI YOUR new BFelineFriendFurever

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  10. What a fantastic job out there today Junior Officer Abby! You're gonna have to show me some of your nifty surveillance techniques!

    Waggies,
    Braeden, Seth and Riley

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  11. You guys all did such a wonderful job keeping us safe. I know those rats had something terrible planned and you were able to thwart them!

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  12. We kicked some squirrel butt today. Thanks for all your hard work.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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