By Pandaknight, TheTalkativeOne, and ShilohJazz.
Once upon a time, Sir Athanasius was at his detective office.
Suddenly, Jack the Tiger burst in!
“Help me, Athanasius!” he cried. “I have been accused of stealing the SCEPTER OF AWESOMENESS
because there are feline footprints at the crime scene! I need someone to prove that I am innocent! Will you help me?”
Sir Athanasius pulled out his magnifying glass and got to work.
When he reached the scene of the crime, he looked all around. He could find no tiger footprints!
He did find some other animal footprints, though. He carefully drew the footprints he saw.
The prosecuting lawyer was Louie, the Shifty-Eyed Leopard™.
He said to the judge, “This tiger is the one who stole the SCEPTER OF AWESOMENESS!”
Athanasius refused to listen to this nonsense! He leapt up and said, “No, he did not! I can prove it!”
He got out his pictures and showed everyone.
“See? Jack the Tiger has zero toes, while the unknown criminal has three. We must discover which feline animal here has three toes.” Just then, Jack spoke up.
“Let’s all let the judge look at our paws.”
“NO!” cried Louie, the Shifty-Eyed Leopard™; but the judge forced him.
Sir Athanasius returned to his office, happy to have saved his friend.