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Dragons and secret agents?

By Virtra_Moon

Fantasy / Adventure

Chapter 1

Chapter 1

I awoke to the sensation of being poked. I let out an involuntary chatter. "Good morning,Perry." said a still sleepy Phineas. Both of my boys had been up pretty late the night before planning they're activity for today. 'You know, you two would be less tired if you went to bed earlier.' I clicked knowing full well that nether of them could understand me. Ferb hadn't awakened yet so Phineas pulled out his pillow and threw it at his brothers head hitting him square in the face. Ferb sat bolt up right and looked around the room "Where did it go?" he muttered tiredly in his thick accent. "Where did what go?" asked Phineas "The giant platypus we built to play platypolt badminton." Phineas looked thoughtful "I don't think we built one of those yet. But it is a good idea. Hey, Ferb, get dressed I know what we're gonna do today." my heart stopped. Not again, I thought, I think I should home today. The boys swiftly got dressed, ate their breakfast, and went outside. I was close behind them. After their Mom and Dad left they got to work. Moments after they started Isabella came over "Hey, Phineas, whatcha' doin'?" Phineas turned and smiled at the girl "Oh, hi, Isabella. We're building two gigantic platypuses to play platypolt badminton." Isabella looked at they're progress "Again? Cool." I froze, did Isabella remember that day? "What do you mean, Isabella, we never built this before." said Phineas. Isabella looked puzzled "I don't know. I just thought that this was familiar." I relaxed, but, at he same time was disappointed. They still couldn't remember that day. With the fireside girls help they finished their latest invention, and, we all stood back in awe. Suddenly my watch buzzed. I hid behind a tree and answered the call. "Agent P we need you to report to your lair know." said Manger Monogram. I bit my lip and shook my head. "What do you mean? We need you." I turned and saw the boys putting the final preparations on the shuttlecock. I showed the scene to Monogram and brought him back to me. "I see you are worried about your boys. Be that as it may you are needed here. So re..." I didn't let him finish I ripped the watch off of my wrist and batted it over the fence with my tail. I would pay for that later, but, at lease I would be with the boys to protect them if necessary. I almost lost Phineas last time. It would not get that close ever again. "Hey, where's Perry?" I heard Phineas say. I walked up behind him and chattered loudly "Oh, there you are, Perry." Phineas picked me up and buckled me in between him and Ferb. "Ready?" asked Isabella "YES!" whooped Phineas, Ferb gave a thumbs up, 'NO!' I chatter nervously. Of course they mistook my fear for excitement, so, we were shot off anyway. I turn and faced the shrinking backyard 'WHAT PART OF "NO" DON'T YOU GET!' I chattered. Half way across the city Phineas called over the wind "HEY, WHAT IS THIS?" I turned and gasped in horror. It was the remote Ferb had built on the day they went to the next demotion. Ferb shrugged "TRY PULLING THAT SWITCH." called Ferb. 'NO!' I cried too late. Phineas had pulled the switch and a portal opened in front of us. I face palmed as we went through the portal to who knew where.

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