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“Meow! That hurt,” said Paddipaws to the duck. By now other ducks were swimming across the lake to see what all the commotion was about. Eight little ducklings and the mommy and daddy duck circled around him. They all began to peck at him. Paddipaws covered his face with his large front paws to protect himself from the nasty ducks. They were squawking and laughing at the pretend duck with seven toes on each of his four paws. “You are the strangest kitty I have ever seen.
You have seven toes on each paw. I bet you have no friends. Why don’t you just go back home?” Then the largest duckling gave a loud quack and turned his back on Paddipaws, slipping back into the water. “But I have so many ducky friends in my world. We all play together and never fight.” Paddipaws was bleeding right on the itsy bitsy tip of his black nose. He tried to lick off the blood with his paw. His nose was aching, but his feelings were hurt more than anything else. No one in His World treated the other animals this way. One by one, each baby duckling blasted one last quack at Paddipaws and then swam Maybe this world wasn’t like His World after all. He had only been here for a moment, but he wanted more than anything else to go home. The pigeons walked right over him and nodded their heads front to back as they walked. They shook their bodies, too! Feathers flew everywhere! Some feathers even stuck to his bloodied itsy bitsy kitty nose. No matter how hard he tried, he couldn’t blow the feathers away. The feathers blocked his
Paddipaws was scared, hungry, and missed his mom and dad. He sat on the bank of the lake and cried, for he knew that disobeying his mom and crossing over the rainbow bridge to the Other World was his biggest mistake of all. This was a strange and cruel world.
PADDIPAWS CHAPTER 2