It depends how big the cat is, as I can illustrate, no pun intended. This is my concept of Mowgli and Shir-khan, as written in the Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling long ago. I hope you enjoy.
Fortunately in this case Mowgli ties fire to the tiger's tail, it runs away (tigeren løber væk og alle er glade efter det, untagen tigeren.)
I've made a few illustrations to appreciate my thanks to the duolingo community for creating courses like this, and also because people sometimes go into culture shock when they read about turtles reading newspapers etc. so that they will have something to look forward to hopefully in the discussions.
Since I've gotten some positive response, not negative I've reposted it in Dansk with a couple small tweaks and will update it if I make any improvements.
Can anybody explain why the 'ikke' in this sentence directly follows the verb and before the object, and then in another Duolingo sentence 'jeg finder hende ikke' the 'ikke' is at the end- after the object, not directly after the verb. Is there a specific rule here, or are they both acceptable word orders? thanks