If you budge over a bit Sir Winston, I may be able to get a paw on it. It´s wedged somehow underneath the steps to the house.
It´s no good moaning at me Mr Midnight. I´ve been trying to get the thing out for what seems like ages.
Purrhaps you mistakingly, pushed it further underneath the steps. Now it´s completely wedged between the wall and those heavy bricks. Oh dear.
I`m not going to give up though.
I will purrseeVier!
PurrseeVier? Whatever are you going on about Mr Midnight?
You know, I will keep on trying until I can get my paws onto the ball thing.
But why purrseeVier? Vier is the German number for the number four.
Don´t you write it like that Sir Winston? I`m a German cat and I thought purrseeVier was written with a ‘Vier’ at the end of the word.
Your mincing your words again, like some of the people do in our neck of the woods.
I don´t like mince Sir W.
I know it´s fashionable to mix words up these days but I meant that you are mixing your words. One does not write the word ‘persevere’ with a ‘Vier’ at the end.
Who is ‘Percy Vier’? I know it´s not a typical German name but I thought that there were only three cats called Percy living in our street, not four.
Oh Mr Midnight, You´re getting confused. I was talking about ‘Persevere’
Percy Fear? I don´t know him.
I think we´d better leave things as they are for now Mr Midnight. The whole situation about trying to get this ball out from underneath the steps and the hot sun beating down on my fur reminds me it´s time for my little 14 hour nap now.
You can keep persevering all you like. If you´re lucky, you may even meet Percy Fear.
Will do, Sir Winston. Perseverance helps form character and I love meeting new characters.
See you later!
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