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Hu-Dad was having a quiet conversation with Kiska when he heard the approaching threat and predicted the braking system failure.
Yes, Q, this one is dedicated to His Fluffiness. Hu-Dad was leaning over having a simple chat and ear scratch session with Miss Kiska when Q spotted them from deep in the yard. Q runs a little like a locomotive, ever so slowly gathering speed. Likewise, braking takes just as long as a giant freight train. All Hu-Dad heard was the clatter of paws as Q entered the deck at full Q speed (which is not exactly the speed of light). The scratching and clawing of paws started immediately as Q did his best to stop, but he simply could not do so in time and collided with the back of Hu-Dad’s legs.
We would love to say this is the only time this has ever happened, but the reality is that it happens a lot. We do love Q’s exuberance!
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