Battle in the Jungle and Monster Queen #Caturday #StoryADayMay #TipperAndChickie #Adi #TipperChickieAndAdi

Battle in the Jungle

by Tipper Allen

Tiptip was a fierce white tiger who inspired fear wherever he walked. He had a little sister named ChickChick who looked up to him and all but worshiped him.


ChickChick was not a magnificent white tiger, but had black blotches all over her. Some people animals claimed they found her beautiful, but TipTip knew he was the standard of beauty in the jungle, and ChickChick was not. From the moment their mother had put the spotty baby into his care, TipTip had instructed her in all the things a tiger must know: how to find food, how to slink, how to pounce, and how to tussle.

ChickChick learned quickly under TipTip’s able tutelage, and soon grew to be an okay black-and-white tiger who spent her days eating, sleeping, and tussling, as a good tiger should.

Then one day, a stranger came to the jungle.

Her name was AdAd, and she wasn’t a tiger at all – she was a lion!

AdAd smelled different, looked different, and ate a different food. She acted like the tigers’ jungle was her home. The tigers’ mother welcomed her and tried to introduce her to the beautiful tigers, but they resisted.

Little ChickChick hid from her, and the fierce and protective TipTip hissed at her and chased her.

And do you know what? When TipTip chased her, AdAd cried, “Wheeeeeeeee! Play time!”

What can a tiger do with a lion like that?

When a week had passed, ChickChick started to come out of hiding more, and TipTip thought about giving up on hissing and chasing.

What would happen next? Would the lion go away? Would TipTip and ChickChick make friends with her?

Stay tuned for the next chapter of the story.

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In the Halls of the Monster Queen

by Chickie Allen

Once upon a time, there were a black and white princess cat named Chicker and a white prince cat named Tippie. They were as good as they were beautiful and as brave as lions.

One day, a terrible monster moved into their castle and took their mommy, the real queen, sausage.

[Note from “the real queen”: I think she means “hostage.”]

The real queen acted like the monster belonged in the castle. The real queen gave the monster the prince and princess’s toys (they didn’t care – they never played with them anymore, anyway … except the one with the rolly balls inside it).

The monster acted like she wanted to make friends, but Chicker ran from her and hid when she came close, and Tippie hissed and mreeowwled. It made the real queen sad, but that’s what she gets for letting a monster come live in the castle.

After a while, it looked like the monster wasn’t going away. The real queen and the whole castle started to smell like the monster. The good cats didn’t like it, but they started to get used to it.


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The monster lion

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One thought on “Battle in the Jungle and Monster Queen #Caturday #StoryADayMay #TipperAndChickie #Adi #TipperChickieAndAdi

  1. Dan Antion

    May 21, 2022 at 8:10am

    Great stories from the fierce and scary storytellers. As for the monster lion, looks like your gonna need a bigger shelf.

    I love the sausage line 🙂

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    • Marian Allen

      May 21, 2022 at 12:06pm

      🙂 Things are shaking up. I just saw Tipper running through the house with Adi behind him!

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    • acflory

      May 21, 2022 at 10:56pm

      lmao – I thought so too…about the shelf I mean. That is one big monster lion!

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  2. acflory

    May 21, 2022 at 10:57pm

    To Tipper and Chickie. You’ve got me on the edge of my seat, waiting to see what happens next. Talk about a cliffhanger. -hugs-

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