Category Archives: Animals

Animal and pet stories

She’s Coming For You

A number of things about trophy hunting strike me as evil.

  • The fact that there are people out there who want to kill beautiful animals.
  • The fact that these people gain pleasure from killing a sentient being from a cowardly distance.
  • The fact that they display the results of their hunting for the world to see.
It’s time someone did something.
As an author, I can make sure someone does. That someone is Alex Peters.

Alex Peters had loved animals her whole life. When her friends expressed their sadness that no one was hunting the hunters of animals, she decided to rectify the situation. She was the ideal candidate. In her normal job, as a soldier behind enemy lines, she’d killed animal abusers when given the chance and the animals were given some respite from their ordeals.

Now she was not undercover. She was on holiday, travelling on the trains in Spain and Portugal.

There were no colleagues to back her up. She would have to take risks.

She doesn’t keep a diary of the deaths, but does like to write about the history of the places she has visited. This makes her seem like a normal human being – even when she isn’t.

Between 23rd January and 31st January, the book is available at a discount here 

Do you like cats?

You would have liked Freddie cat.

He has passed away now and I miss him, especially as I am working from home.

He was a very curious cat, for all the meanings of the word curious.

If he wasn’t asleep and he wasn’t eating, then he was up to something, such as trying to gain entry into the basement suite below. You would always have to ask – is he in the washing machine or under the bath, behind the dry stone wall, or trying to climb the tall tree in the corner of the garden?

Freddie was a cat who loved bread and would steal it whenever he could, even if it meant biting into a sandwich that was on my plate when I was holding it. We would then play tug-of-war with the sandwich, which wasn’t designed to be used for this sport. Freddie would take the sandwich somewhere inaccessible and I would have to clean up the mess.

Read about Freddie the cat here

Do you like cats?

You would have liked Freddie cat.

He has passed away now and I miss him, especially as I am working from home.

He was a very curious cat, for all the meanings of the word curious.

If he wasn’t asleep and he wasn’t eating, then he was up to something, such as trying to gain entry into the basement suite below. You would always have to ask – is he in the washing machine or under the bath, behind the dry stone wall, or trying to climb the tall tree in the corner of the garden?

Freddie was a cat who loved bread and would steal it whenever he could, even if it meant biting into a sandwich that was on my plate when I was holding it. We would then play tug-of-war with the sandwich, which wasn’t designed to be used for this sport. Freddie would take the sandwich somewhere inaccessible and I would have to clean up the mess.

Read about Freddie the cat here

Do you like cats?

You would have liked Freddie cat.

He has passed away now and I miss him, especially as I am working from home.

He was a very curious cat, for all the meanings of the word curious.

If he wasn’t asleep and he wasn’t eating, then he was up to something, such as trying to gain entry into the basement suite below. You would always have to ask – is he in the washing machine or under the bath, behind the dry stone wall, or trying to climb the tall tree in the corner of the garden?

Freddie was a cat who loved bread and would steal it whenever he could, even if it meant biting into a sandwich that was on my plate when I was holding it. We would then play tug-of-war with the sandwich, which wasn’t designed to be used for this sport. Freddie would take the sandwich somewhere inaccessible and I would have to clean up the mess.

Read about Freddie the cat here

Do you like cats?

You would have liked Freddie cat.

He has passed away now and I miss him, especially as I am working from home.

He was a very curious cat, for all the meanings of the word curious.

If he wasn’t asleep and he wasn’t eating, then he was up to something, such as trying to gain entry into the basement suite below. You would always have to ask – is he in the washing machine or under the bath, behind the dry stone wall, or trying to climb the tall tree in the corner of the garden?

Freddie was a cat who loved bread and would steal it whenever he could, even if it meant biting into a sandwich that was on my plate when I was holding it. We would then play tug-of-war with the sandwich, which wasn’t designed to be used for this sport. Freddie would take the sandwich somewhere inaccessible and I would have to clean up the mess.

Read about Freddie the cat here

Do you like cats?

You would have liked Freddie cat.

He has passed away now and I miss him, especially as I am working from home.

He was a very curious cat, for all the meanings of the word curious.

If he wasn’t asleep and he wasn’t eating, then he was up to something, such as trying to gain entry into the basement suite below. You would always have to ask – is he in the washing machine or under the bath, behind the dry stone wall, or trying to climb the tall tree in the corner of the garden?

Freddie was a cat who loved bread and would steal it whenever he could, even if it meant biting into a sandwich that was on my plate when I was holding it. We would then play tug-of-war with the sandwich, which wasn’t designed to be used for this sport. Freddie would take the sandwich somewhere inaccessible and I would have to clean up the mess.

Read about Freddie the cat here

Do you like cats?

You would have liked Freddie cat.

He has passed away now and I miss him, especially as I am working from home.

He was a very curious cat, for all the meanings of the word curious.

If he wasn’t asleep and he wasn’t eating, then he was up to something, such as trying to gain entry into the basement suite below. You would always have to ask – is he in the washing machine or under the bath, behind the dry stone wall, or trying to climb the tall tree in the corner of the garden?

Freddie was a cat who loved bread and would steal it whenever he could, even if it meant biting into a sandwich that was on my plate when I was holding it. We would then play tug-of-war with the sandwich, which wasn’t designed to be used for this sport. Freddie would take the sandwich somewhere inaccessible and I would have to clean up the mess.

Read about Freddie the cat here

Do you like cats?

You would have liked Freddie cat.

He has passed away now and I miss him, especially as I am working from home.

He was a very curious cat, for all the meanings of the word curious.

If he wasn’t asleep and he wasn’t eating, then he was up to something, such as trying to gain entry into the basement suite below. You would always have to ask – is he in the washing machine or under the bath, behind the dry stone wall, or trying to climb the tall tree in the corner of the garden?

Freddie was a cat who loved bread and would steal it whenever he could, even if it meant biting into a sandwich that was on my plate when I was holding it. We would then play tug-of-war with the sandwich, which wasn’t designed to be used for this sport. Freddie would take the sandwich somewhere inaccessible and I would have to clean up the mess.

Read about Freddie the cat here

Do you like cats?

You would have liked Freddie cat.

He has passed away now and I miss him, especially as I am working from home.

He was a very curious cat, for all the meanings of the word curious.

If he wasn’t asleep and he wasn’t eating, then he was up to something, such as trying to gain entry into the basement suite below. You would always have to ask – is he in the washing machine or under the bath, behind the dry stone wall, or trying to climb the tall tree in the corner of the garden?

Freddie was a cat who loved bread and would steal it whenever he could, even if it meant biting into a sandwich that was on my plate when I was holding it. We would then play tug-of-war with the sandwich, which wasn’t designed to be used for this sport. Freddie would take the sandwich somewhere inaccessible and I would have to clean up the mess.

Read about Freddie the cat here

Do you like cats?

You would have liked Freddie cat.

He has passed away now and I miss him, especially as I am working from home.

He was a very curious cat, for all the meanings of the word curious.

If he wasn’t asleep and he wasn’t eating, then he was up to something, such as trying to gain entry into the basement suite below. You would always have to ask – is he in the washing machine or under the bath, behind the dry stone wall, or trying to climb the tall tree in the corner of the garden?

Freddie was a cat who loved bread and would steal it whenever he could, even if it meant biting into a sandwich that was on my plate when I was holding it. We would then play tug-of-war with the sandwich, which wasn’t designed to be used for this sport. Freddie would take the sandwich somewhere inaccessible and I would have to clean up the mess.

Read about Freddie the cat here