This is different from most of the other Mog stories. This is told mostly from Mog's point of view, almost a "first person" account. Sitting in the dark, in her garden, we get a look into Mog's imagination as to what lurks in the garden. She has a rather creative imagination, as you will see. In the end, she winds up where she desires: Happily eating her supper. Mog certainly is a pretty cat.
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