CHAPTER ONE It was another quiet day at the office of the Muppet Fans Detective Agency. Suddenly there was a knock at the door. The man sitting at the main desk quickly slipped his photos of Kathy Greenwood into the top left -hand drawer and ran across to answer it. When the door was opened a big, female pig with a lovely blue-sequinned dress and pretty yellow hair came bursting through, throwing her arms around him and knocking him to the floor. "Hey! Get off me" he cried. At the sound another slightly older man came running into the room followed by a young female. They quickly calmed the hysterical pig down and escorted her to a chair while their partner picked himself up from the floor. Seated in three chairs around her the detectives introduced themselves. "My name is Marty," said the older of the two men, "and these are my partners Kendra," indicating the girl, "and this chap you fell into is the undercover member of our investigating team. His real name is a closely guarded secret but he works under the alias of Snowthy." Snowthy was trying hard to smooth out the wrinkles in his coat but he managed to stay calm. The lady pig was starting to become very upset. She took out a large handkerchief and blew her nose. "My name is Miss Piggy," she sobbed. "I need help. I read in the newspaper how the three of you managed to clear the name of that little red monster named Elmo, who was accused of throwing that brick through the window of the bakery store in Wandlum Street." "Oh yes," piped up Kendra with a big grin on her face. "I was so delighted to have played my part in redeeming that cute furry monster's good name." "Well Miss Piggy," said Marty. "What is your problem?" "It-it's my little doggie Foo-Foo." Piggy started to cry bitterly. "He disappeared two days ago, and I don't know what could have happened to him." She started to bawl her head off and one of the windows smashed because of her high pitch. The Three Detectives ears were ringing and they were desperate to calm her down. "Okay Miss Piggy. Okay!" cried Marty. "You can leave the case in our hands. Just give us your contact address and we'll be in touch." Piggy dried her eyes and blew her nose once again. "I'll gladly pay you any fee you charge if you can return my beloved Foo-Foo to me." "We'll leave no stone un-turned." said Snowthy, slapping his forehead to try to stop his ears from ringing and opening the door to let her out. After she was gone the door was shut and the Three Detectives were ready to plan their strategy.