A Warning for Everyone Owned by a Cat

If you live in the vicinity of Smith Mountain Lake, it is the time of year when Smithie ends her hibernation. She will be ravenous, so protect your lords and ladies.

For those of you new to the area, here’s a description. Smithie has a grizzly bear’s head mounted with knife-like antlers. Her body is squid-like but covered in rusty-red fur – the same color as the region’s nutrient-depleted soil, so she blends easily – one reason why she’s such a diabolical hunter. Her tentacles can serve as legs, meaning she can walk and run on land as fast as she can swim in the lake’s murky waters. Her eight arms can serve as . . . arms.

She hibernates near the dam in Smith Mountain’s shadow, but once she awakens she could be anywhere in or near the lake or the Roanoke River. She is between 8 and 25 feet tall – depending on the eyewitness’ sobriety. So most people say 25 feet. In addition to being frightening, she’s frighteningly good at tentacle sex. Some would say it’s her sole redeeming quality (try it before you criticize it).

Smithie loves to dine on cats, catfish, and children. She finds sarcastic children the tastiest. Hey, another redeeming quality.

Tengo Leche, Cat and Tentacle Sex Lover


  1. Should I bring a pool noodle?

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    1. luvgoodcarp says:

      You will need it.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Excellent; I have several.


  2. Liz H says:

    Ah! An Eldritch Horror just perfect for the US at this time.
    I want to believe!


    1. luvgoodcarp says:

      Haha. I certainly believe.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. jai says:

    I love this…especially the dining on children part. Some deserve to be eaten. 😁


    1. luvgoodcarp says:

      Exactly. You have to protect what you love.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. jai says:

        Yep! 😊


  4. JMN says:

    This is sublimely fun and funny! Thank you for it.


  5. luvgoodcarp says:

    Thanks very much.


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