I saw the amazing footage of you chasing a coyote out of a parking lot in British Columbia a few days ago. What were you doing in Canada?
Aboot in Alberta
Quite a few cities are reaching out to me for help these days. You might say I’m like a superhero, responding to distress calls to save the day.
As you know, I was at the head of a 1,000-cat-strong army in Chicago recently, tasked with using my brave legion to save the Windy City from an epidemic of rats. Normally the sight of me and my huge muscles is enough to send rats scurrying for whatever dank and disgusting places they’ve emerged from, but Chicago has a lot of rats. Like millions. That’s too many, even for me.
After conquering the rodential scourge of Chicago, I saw the Cat Signal illuminating the night sky, beamed from a town called Port Moody in the Vancouver metro area.
After flying there and making my entrance with a superhero landing to thunderous applause from the gathered townspeople, I was informed that coyotes were disturbing the peace.
“Please, Buddy,” the townspeople begged. “You’re our only hope.”
Never one to deny people in need, I met the coyotes full on.
“This town is now under the protection of the Buddesian Tiger,” I told the coyotes. “You shall not pass!”
What you saw was the tail end of the clip, after I defeated a small army of coyotes and was chasing the stragglers out of the parking lot. The police clapped when it was over, and the mayor gave me a key to the city and an entire roast turkey!
So yeah, that’s what I was doing in Canada.
Buddy the Cat
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