The Evil Fur Children

By Elton Camp Its eyes were glowing coals of fire The dog owner’s fate is set and dire In keeping with its nature the mutt acts When a hapless human it savagely attacks Two of its own kind will join in As soon as the assault does begin “Human, this is what you get For daring to call me a pet.” “To your friends you try to defend me However, this greatly does offend me.” “When you dare call me fur child, Such presumption drives me wild.” “Only for food, you I tolerated. Acted loving, but I really hated.” “Now, when light gives way to morn, You’ll be found dead and savagely torn.” “But none of us will be seen anymore. We’ll have escaped thru the doggy door.”

Murderous brutes about to attack

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