“So how much did you know about her?” asked Lily. “I knew she had some funny fetishes,” replied Poppy. “Such as?” asked Lily. “Between you and me,” whispered Poppy, “she used to like dressing her partners up as cats before she let them into her bed.” “Good grief,” gasped Sally, “what a purrvert!”
“Her pen danced across the page. The final letter in place, the nib tore through the paper. As well as the skin and flesh beneath.” Hot crappity damn Virgo! Well, she’s arrived at the Little Fears Etsy store. She’s available as an original art piece, not a print. On 220 gsm canvas card. Inked with a Faber-Castell PITT artist pen – Black. Free first class Royal Mail worldwide delivery. I also have Leo the lioness and the Siamese kitties in my shop if Virgo doesn’t tickle your fancy.
We’ll have no Princesses here. Peach for this weeks #Colour_Collective. Freshly doodled this week. Quite like the overall appearance of him.
“Robyn, the cat burglar, has been on a crime spree,” said Lily. “What does that have to do with me?” asked Poppy. “We think you may know where she lives,” said Lily. “If memory serves me well, she used to enjoy the odd apple from your market stall.” “She would pass by from time to time,” replied Poppy. “But I never spoke to her.” “I have a photo of you two talking. Both with tins of cat food in hand,” stated Lily. “You gotta be kitten me,” sighed Poppy.
“Lily,” sighed Poppy, answering the door. “Good morning Poppy,” replied Lily. “I have a few questions for you.” “I don’t like coppers,” mumbled Poppy. “I don’t like thieves,” replied Lily. “You know what I don’t like?” asked Sally. “People who answer their own questions.”
“We broke up eventually on her birthday,” said Lily. “Oh dear,” said Sally. “Bad day for it aye,” sighed Lily. “Yes ma’am,” replied Sally. “May I ask, why on her birthday?” “She kept asking me to get her something with diamonds in,” moaned Lily. “What did you get her?” asked Sally. “A pack of playing cards,” replied Lily.
“Didn’t you used to date Poppy ma’am?” asked Sally. “For a while,” sighed Lily. “She drove me mad about the usage of furniture.” “How so?” asked Sally. “Well,” grumbled Lily, “we used to have an empty drawer in the bedroom. She would say ‘we need to use that drawer’ every single time we were in the room together.” “Blimey,” replied Sally. “I would have told her to put a sock in it.”
“Where are we going ma’am?” asked Sally. “I know a lady,” said Lily. “She may have a lead for us on Robyn’s location.” “You’re so well connected,” sighed Sally in awe. “May I ask who your contact is?” “You’ve met her,” replied Lily. “She’s the flower growing, apple eating liar of East Croydon.” “Ah, yes,” said Sally. “Poppy Cox.”
Darn, Kohl, you are one creepy little bugger… Just a whole bunch of nope! Submitted for approval to this weeks #Colour_Collective. A Little Fear I’ve had since forever ago and never figured out what to do with him. Until now!
“This isn’t my first animal case,” said Sally, clipping in her seatbelt. “I worked on the infamous reptile case of 2023.” “Ahh, the rampaging lizard on Clapham Common?” asked Lily, flicking on the blues and twos. “Yes ma’am,” replied Sally. “It attacked nineteen people, leaving four of them in intensive care.” “If I have my police history correct, didn’t the lizard belong to Boy George?” asked Lily. “Yes ma’am,” replied Sally. “I wish he’d had a calmer chameleon…”
“She has real cats too,” said Sally, opening the car door. “Yes, I recall her name in a case I was once involved in,” replied Lily. “Oh?” asked Sally. “Some years ago, one of her french cats attacked a famous Belgian, Hollywood film star,” said Lily. “A Mr Damne if my memory serves me well.” “Oh dear!” gasped Sally. “Was he OK?” “He survived,” replied Lily. “Jean clawed Van Damne.”
“She’s tried building piles of cat soft toys before ma’am,” said Sally. “I see,” replied Lily. “How big has she made them in the past?” “One hundred metres tall. I have a photo of the last one from her case file,” said Sally, handing Lily the photo. “You see this?” asked Lily. “This pile has four flat sides getting smaller the higher the pile goes. See? A sharp point at the top.” “What does that mean?” asked Sally. “Looks like a purramid to me,” replied Lily.
“A cat burglar aye?” asked Lily. “Are banks her usual M.O?” “Not usually ma’am,” replied Sally. “But she’s trying to either buy or steal every soft cat toy in these lands.” “Cat soft toys?” asked Lily, grabbing her car keys. “Too what end?” “Word on the street says shes wants the biggest pile of cat toys the world has ever seen,” said Sally. “She’s a sick deviant that should be locked up for life if you ask me.” “Now, now,” said Lily. “There’s no need to make a meowtain out of a…
“Sure, I told him he could have his old life back. I just didn’t say which one.” Ah, the nefarious Lucy. Luring so many to their deaths. If she’s a had a little piece of your heart, you can find her portrait over on our Little Fears Etsy store.
“Ma’am,” said Sally, as she entered DCI Lily’s office. “Inspector,” replied Lily looking up from her desk. “A call has come in ma’am,” said Sally. “First Account, our local high street building society, has had its vault cracked and cleaned out.” “Any suspects?” asked Lily, reaching for her coat. “It has the hallmarks of the famous cat burglar of South London,” said Sally. “Robyn Banks.”
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