'Dog not in Charge’ is written using British English with a Scottish flavour. There are spelling differences between British English and the English as written and spoken in other parts of our wonderful, diverse world. There are also spelling differences between Human, Dog, and Cat English. Where Dog and Cat English predominate, cat won the argument.
Quotes from 'Dog not in Charge':
'Despite what they might say to the contrary, it is easy to get a cat to play, no matter what age. All you need to do is swing a play mouse in front of their face. They cannot resist.' - Alex the Dog
'I can add and subtract. Every cat knows that half of two is one and three-quarters.' - Samson (Sammy) the Cat
Cat in Charge - Cat at Christmas - Wolves and War - Conflict and Courage - Homage and Honour - Dragons and Destiny - Valour and Victory - Ambition and Alavidha - Paws and Planets - Tales and Tales - Journey and Jeopardy - Gossamer and Grass - Flames and Freedom - Rascals and Renegades - Outlaws and Overlords - Ephemeral Boundary - Enduring Barrier - Eternal Bulwark - Kill by Cure.