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Sadie Mae

I'm a professional jewel thief

Hi, my name is Sadie Mae and after my first birthday a few months ago, I was bored and decided to become a professional jewel thief! Here are a few tips that I find curiously fun to implement.

First of all, wait until everyone is sound asleep, out for a few hours or mysteriously busy in the bathroom, etc. Watch carefully to keep an eye on where the jewels of your owner are kept. In my case, my human mother's earrings are the best jewels to find. She has this crazy habit of leaving them on top of whatever piece of furniture she passes by when taking them off. Then, at the most opportune moment, I leap onto the furniture and grab the "jewel" quickly in my mouth and take off. I bat them around on the floor, under the bed and up and down the steps.

Unfortunately, sometimes I lose interest and forget to pick them up and hide them. I overheard her telling my human dad that she suspects I am a jewel thief! I guess she must find it humorous because I heard them laughing. Anyway, what she doesn't know is that I have a special hiding place where I stash the very special earrings. The problem is that none of them match. What a dilemna! She seems to pick up the single earrings that I haven't had time to steal and puts them in her jewelry box. See how crazy humans can be? I mean, what is she gonna do with one earring? Shouldn't she just leave the other earring out and let me have the other one also? I guess I will never have a complete set of earrings to wear for special occasions. So, I am beginning to steal other items that might be helpful. I'll keep you posted.


   


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