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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2012

    Part one

    Savannah winced as the white coat took the needle out of her wrist. She wasn't afraid of needles, it was just she had all ready gotten blood taken. Five other times. Today. She closed her eyes and curled into a ball. The only window in the room was a small one, up in the corner of the room, with metal bars blocking any chance of escape. But just seeing day light comforted Savannah. Another white coat roughly grasped her wrist, and she struggled against his hand causing her black hair to whip around. But months of starvation and poor treatment made Savannah weaker then normal. Of course, usually, she was stronger than a grown man thanks to her 2% avian DNA mutation. The man forced her to her feet then half lead half dragged her to the Store room. She felt the hands push her into her large cage and she landed with a heavy thud. The metal door slammed and locked. 'I didn't know I could hate someone so much' thought Savannah bitterly. She crawled as far away as she could from the white coats. A metal flap on the side of her crate opened and a cup of water and slice of bread was shoved in. She gingerly reached forward and took hold of the cup. The water tasted great, even if it was warm tap. The white coat wrote something down and Savannah made a bold move. She swashed the fluid around her mouth and spit it at him. He gave a shout of surprise and grabbed the cage. Before Savannah could move, he tossed her crate. It landed with a good clang and Savannah saw stars. The door at the end of the room opened and a female white coat ran over with an Eraser at her side. "What happened David?" The woman asked. "It spit water at me" he muttered. The woman wrote that down and the Eraser stalked over. He smiled, showing teeth like razor blades. "Looks like we have a feisty piggy! Just how I like it" he growled, licking his chops. "And it looks like we have a stupid dog! Seems fitting for this place" Savannah said back, glaring. He angrily shook the cage, making Savannah land flat on her back. "Come on, we need to tell Bobby and James about this" said the female. They all folowed her out the door, leaving Savannah alone in the dark with the other empty crates. All the other experiments disapeared one by one. Savannah then remembered the bread and turned toward it. It was just out of her reach and she saw little black ants crawling around it. Tears of frustration built up and she buried her face in her knees. Eventually, she fell asleep.

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