Here's part two of The Case of the Missing Girl, the story which brought about the Kitten Mysteries series. The first part can be found here.
The Case of the Missing Girl
By Jesse Rice
The Calf Monsters
I crawled down, straight down, from the hay bales surrounding the calf pen. I wriggled under the gate and into the pen. I looked around. All the calves were looking at Butch, high up on the hay bales.
"Hey, everybody!" Butch shouted. "Come 'n' get me!"
I walked slowly up behind the biggest calf. Hopping Harry stared up at Butch. I glanced over at Seabert who was ready to pounce on Kratos, another big calf. I smiled smugly and leapt. Harry bawled as loud as he could as I yanked on his tail. He spun around and I flew into the hay bales. I fell into a small cave that the calves had eaten into the hay bales, then jumped out of it and dashed for the gate.
A calf shoved his head in my way, but I jumped onto his head and leapt over the gate. I landed on the feed bags, and Butch jumped down beside me.
"Was it totally awesome?" he asked.
I nodded, breathless. Seabert crawled out of the milk feeder and grinned.
"I'm wet," he complained, soaked with milk, "but I taste good!" He jumped onto the feed bags and rubbed his head against my side.
"Thank you very much for your help, Deputy," I said, returning to my western voice.
"Don't mention it, Partner," Seabert meowed, walking back toward the hay barn where his mother was waiting. I sighed and noticed that all the humans had come out to feed calves. All of them except the little girl. Where was she? I decided it was up to Sheriff Rambo to find out.
Come back next Monday for Part Three: Gone!