The Coati Rule book Lesson #3 as Per Nina

Hello again my little darlings, I feel it is my duty to explain what a pocket is. A pocket is a simple combination of toy and treat to a coati. Pockets are meant to be filled with either toys or treats to eat. A good pocket should not have a button or a zipper. Although it presents a small challenge it’s not a deal breaker. I cannot promise that there won’t be a small amount of damage should you choose zippers or buttons on your pockets. The proper pocket should be strongly stitched to it’s base and have a Velcro flap. Velcro is entertaining and most likely will make your pocket reusable for a later date. It’s very important to remember; once you enter our home, all pockets become property of me and my Coatikids. We will find them all and search them all. Do not let me stick my nose into an empty pocket if you know what’s good for you!

Coati life lesson #3: To avoid a chomp on your backside, fill your Velcro flapped pockets with marshmallows and pudding!

Nina Bellini
Author: The Coati Rule Book