Or in this case, under the THROW.
And he super duper deaded 'em, for sure.
I know, I know... I know what you're thinkin'. You're thinkin' Saffy Saffron Sassafras has gone and done it again. And you know somethin', my friends?
YOU WOULD BE RIGHT.
Yup, yup. Uh-huh, uh-huh. Yeah, like I said, that is correct.
So in my last blog post, I told you all 'bout how Saffy was playin' with Peepers' cheap earrings with his claws out and yes, Peepers does now have the scars to show it even if they are small scars, and probably won't leave any actual scars at all. Not long-term, anyway. The woman heals quickly. Good thing, too, on account of Saffron havin' sharp claws.
What's that you're askin'? You're wonderin' why Peepers doesn't clip Saffron's claws?
Well if the point of clippin' the claws is to prevent Saffron from using 'em for accidentally scratchin' Peepers, the actual act of clippin' those claws is likely to TOTALLY AND UNEQUIVOCALLY defeat the supposed purpose of clippin' those claws.
In other words, Peepers is gonna end up with way more scratches after the clippin' than she had before.
So anyway, as of the night before last, Saffron has a new form of entertainment to keep him occupied. Saffron has discovered that monstrous monsters live under blankets and throws. And these monstrous monsters MUST BE STOPPED at all costs. Caught and nipped and have claws sunk into 'em and so on and whatnot and stuff.
Of course, the fact that those monstrous monsters happened to actually be Peepers' toes...
I believe that's what we in the know call collateral damage, my friends. Yup, collateral damage, for sure.
Or maybe those are one and the same.
OR MAYBE Peepers just has monstrous monsters for toes.
Remember to mask up, too.