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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2013

    Part nine! Dat's right, slither away, bob!

    7 days, had passed since Sunset was adopted. She missed her family dearly, even though it turned out that she lived right next to them. Not that it made a difference. Marge and Dean, her new housefolk, kept all doors leading to the wonderful outside locked at all times. She hadn't tasted fresh air since her escapade a week ago. On top of that, Sunset was lonely. The only time Marge and Dean paid the slightest attention to her was when she relieved herself outside the box or scratched up a couch. Then the conversation went like this: "Bad cat! Bad, bad! Do you never learn? We've told you time and time again to never pee on the floor/ ruin the couch! Do you take a hint?"
    Sunset wasn't even allowed to sleep with them. At Jodi's, almost the entire house slumbered on top of her. Not here. Sunset was forced to sleep downstairs, in a remote room with only an uncomfortable bed and an old TV that was never turned on for her. Her days of passing the time watching Dog with a Blog and Phineas and Ferb were over. At times, it was as if her housefolk couldn't get any madder at her, and Sunset's life could not get worse.
    Then, one day, she pushed it over the edge.
    One afternoon, Dean bustled through the door more excited than usual. He was holding a container carefully, as if his life depended on its contents. "Honey! I've a surprise for you!"
    Marge came bustling out of the kitchen to her mate. "What is it?" She asked. Sunset, from her perch on the mantle above the fireplace, wondered the same. Why was it so important?
    With a florish, Dean uncupped his hands to reveal the inside of the glass. "Ta da!" He exclaimed. Inside, a fat, bright blue fish swam in circles.
    "Oh Dean!" Marge cried, throwing her arms around him. "It's beautiful!"
    Dean smiled widly. "The begginning of our mini ocean! I got a tank in the car, and I need you to help me get it out. It's pretty big."
    Marge let go of him. "Of course!" And the two of them ran out the door, setting the fish on the lamp table.
    Almost involentarily, Sunset licked her lips. It was so plump…and unaware…and vulnable.
    Sunset lept down from the mantle. Slowly, she lowered her body until her belly fur was touching the ground. She crept foreward, careful not to make a sound. She stopped at the table, waiting for the fish to face away from her…and it did.
    Sunset pounced on the table, causing it to wobble, the fish to startle, and the glass to fall. And shatter.
    As soon as it had hit the ground, the smell of blood filled the air. The blue fish had impaled itself on a glass shard, and it was dying of bloodloss, suffocation and shock. The poor fish was obviously in pain, so Sunset ended its misery with a quick swipe of her paw.
    The fish was down her gullet within seconds of Marge stepping through the door.
    As soon as she saw the glass, blood and her, she screamed. "DEAN! DEAN! THE CAT GOT THE FISH!" She screeched. Dean burst through the door. In awe, he took in the scene.
    It was at least a minute before he said anything.
    "We can't keep this cat."
    The next thing Sunset knew was being thrown into the car, blasting out of the neighborhood, and flying through the air only minutes later. She landed on the side of the road, Marge and Dean driving away at once.
    She had been abandoned. In the woods.
    Suddenly, Sunset realized something horrible.
    The warriors might be here. Hungry.

    Next part @ fateful res 4. GO!
    Yours mewly,
    Rootflower

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2014

    Southernstar to winterkit

    Come with me.the tom said nicely.i am going to alaska res one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2013

    Winterkit

    Who wanted me? Cause i was with family at my home!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2013

    Echokit

    Goes there

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2013

    Stormkit

    Hello. If you wsnt to be adopted come here. She smiles...i dont have a family...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2013

    Flutterkit

    Smiles and goes to where Echokit went.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2013

    Silverkit

    Ill pick to be silverkit and looks back and said relly? An glanses at her mother and waves bye and ran to her new home

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