“Help!” Shouted Ernest. “I think I may have a bit of a problem here!”
Ernest was the best pranker in the whole of Catville. He had a best friend called Toot. One day Toot was fed up of being pranked, so he decided to prank Ernest for once. Later……………… ” Hey Ernest. Can you go and get the cat food?” So off Ernest went. But as he opened the cupboard ….. Out came a box and it landed on Ernest’s head! “Help!” Ernest shouted. “I think I may have a bit of a problem here!”
Ernest the very young kitten needed a bit of help to get out of the box that he got stuck in trying to chase that pesky mouse. Ernest had been chasing that mouse since he moved in last summer. Just then Ernest heard a squeaking from the corner. He knew it must be Danger mouse! He tried as hard as he could to get out of the box, it fell over and out he came. Ernest stared at Danger mouse cunningly. Will he ever catch that pesky mouse? Ding dong there goes the door bell!!!!!!
Earnest was feeling bored, he had no one to play with him today as all the family had gone on a day trip.” This is the worst day ever “he thought to himself. “Nobody’s home and it’s bouncing down outside”. Out of the corner of his eye Earnest spotted a large, colourful shape on the top of the kitchen worktop.” This looks interesting” he thought, and before he knew it he was pouncing towards the box. Suddenly everything went dark as he felt himself tumbling over and over again until he came to an abrupt stop. Then he cried out help!
Ernest was a little kitten; he was new to his home. He started climbing up onto beneath a cupboard. He quickly pounced on the door of the cupboard so it slowly opened. A mysterious box started falling out. Suddenly, it was on Ernest’s head! He found lots of treats in it, he ate most of them. When his owner came back into the kitchen, he giggled in laughter. He carefully removed the box and saw a mouthful of treats in Ernest’s mouth. The kitten glared back at him in wonder. Ernest just learnt an important lesson: NEVER OPEN THAT CUPBOARD!
Ernest was a tiny little kitten. As he was very cute, people always followed and stroked him. One day he was hungry. He knew he only had to look at someone to get stuffed with treats but his owners had gone out shopping and there was nobody around. It was then that he made his discovery. The cereal box! Slowly he crept up to the evasive prize. He had to make sure it didn’t see him! Suddenly he pounced! Then just because he was hungry he jumped a little too vigorously and slid into the box off the table. “ I’m a little stuck here!” he called. “HELP!”
Once there was a cat, called Ernest, who lived at No.2 Tumble Drier street. There were five other cats on the street. One called Leonardo, another called Ginger and the rest were Rebel, Lion Face and Chatter Box. Ernest was so greedy that his owners only fed him three times a day, so he’d go round to his friends houses to share their food. One day Ernest went round to Rebel’s house and he shared the biggest meal ever with him. Lion Face who was there too, said to Ernest ” There is the best treat ever, only served once a decade, in that box”, maliciously tricking Ernest. Ernest dived in, he was stuck! “Help” shouted Ernest ” I think I may have a problem here”.
Ernest was walking around when suddenly he saw a box. As he approached he saw it was a dog food pack! He poked his head into the box to see inside. He saw a few biscuits at the back! Squeezing forward he managed to get to them. That’s when he realised he was stuck! Squirming around he managed to yelp “Help!” then a loud “I may have a bit of a problem here!” Soon a young boy, about 4, came and attacked the box! Eventually a tall man came and pulled out the dog! The dog yapped “thank you so much!” Phew!
Ernest thought he’d found a good hiding spot for hide and seek. He was thinking to himself if I can’t see him he can’t see me. Ernest was playing with his brother Jeff, who was very good at hide and seek and found Ernest straight away. Ernest thought the cereal box was a cat flap but he got his head stuck and couldn’t get out. Round 2 and Jeff didn’t think that Ernest would choose the same hiding place so he didn’t check there. Jeff searched everywhere for Ernest, but couldn’t find him. This was the first time that Ernest had ever won a game of hide and seek.
Ernest was a very young kitten and he was still getting use to his new surroundings. He decided to explore. He did lots of things; chased himself in the mirror, jumped for the lightbulb, and even went outside! But when he was about to take a well-deserved nap, from the corner of his eye he saw THE CEREAL BOX! “It wouldn’t hurt to get one piece of cereal, would it?” Quietly he moved closer to it, and like a tiger he pounced! Ernest got a piece of cereal but got his head stuck in the box! “OOPS” he said.
Ernest was a very big cat with a very big appetite, she could eat for England if she was aloud to. She would eat her feelings and this is what she did this very wet Monday morning. Ernest was very sad as her best friend Kitty had just died, she got up early that morning to eat breakfast. She grabbed the box of cereal for her starter. On the box said free mouse toy so he went in head first for it. Disaster struck, Ernest’s head got stuck in the box, she wriggled to get out but it only got tighter. To this day Ernest hasn’t, been seen again!
Suddenly, the cats sight went black, as he has got his head trapped in a box of sugary treats. He did not expect this to happen on his climbing expedition. Although it was dinnertime, he wasn’t so keen on Whiskas. All his friends started to laugh, but he just sighed and laid down on the kitchen counter. His owners were out shopping, so he had no help. Five minutes later, he just fell asleep. He awoke to a bang and a thud, a random pain has started in his back. He had no idea what it was, he sat for about one minute and thought what it could of been. But then it came to him he’d fallen of the counter. He struggled some more of trying to get the box of his head. The funny thing is, he’d been eating most of the sugary treats all throughout the whole process. An hour later his owners came back and Ernest was saved. He could hear them laughing. No more climbing for him!
Really good and funny.
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