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Resigned to my helplessness, I moped around the room in
quiet misery. The haunting mewling did nothing to ease my troubled
mind. I wondered how long the kitten had been stranded up...
Resigned to my helplessness, I moped around the room in quiet misery. The haunting mewling did nothing to ease my troubled mind. I wondered how long the kitten had been stranded up there, left to battle the elements and fend for itself. Parched and starved with the cruel sun glaring down upon it with no sign of help on the distant horizon. My mind conjured images of large brown eyes in a delicate fuzzy face, soft eyes swirling with deep emotion, pleading for help. Here I was, a barbaric monster, wallowing in comfort while a sad, young thing slowly wasted away to death right in my vicinity. Bards would compose poetic tales about my wickedness, children around the country would be told horror stories about the cat demon. My soul was doomed. The mewing never stopped.
No. Id never forgive myself if I didnt do this now. It was time to protect my code of honor, to fulfill my destiny as the stars had foretold. With nary a tremble, I stepped out my door to contemplate my bold rescue mission.
A gristly patch of foliage would first have to be navigated to get to the back of my house. It was a battle against nature. I blindly pushed my way through tall grass and a few malicious plants that took great joy in scratching my arms. The fauna wanted to do its part too, somewhere a barrage of red ants greeted me and I had to wildly wave my arms in an eerie dance to get them off. Having finally made it to firm, concrete ground, my next challenge was getting up on the wall. Being just a little taller than an average leprechaun, here, I was at a great disadvantage. Gritting my teeth, I managed to haul myself up there after a few floppy attempts.
Balancing up on the narrow wall, a flood of adrenaline hit me, making my mind a bit woozy and dazed. On second thoughts, it was probably just vertigo.
With great effort, I put one foot before another and made my way across. Almost at the end of the wall, my foot slipped a little and I saw my life flash across my eyes. But I still kept on at it. Finally, the little critter came in sight. It must have found me peculiar for it stopped its mewing to stare at me in confused interest. To get to it, I had to skip across to another wall and scramble across a tin sheet that bridged the gap. All this was done in a long terrifying breadth of time, my mind has blocked out most of the memories so all I remember is finding myself nest to the kitten who seemed happy enough to trot around my feet and get petted.
I sat down and stroked the kitten for while trying to get back my bearings and figure out how I was to make the journey back holding a squirmy creature. But it had to be done or it was all for naught.
Gently picking up the kitten, I got back up and readied myself to make the dreaded walk. Kitty decided it was fun to dig its little claws into my skin, but hey, whats a few scars for a Samaritan. So I delicately stumbled back down the wall, all the while cradling the kitten in my arms. Once down, I placed the animal down on terra firma and hissed a sigh of relief. A thorough job done to perfection. As I straightened back up, the kitten looked at me with expressionless marbles and before I could react, it jumped back up the wall and sat back down in the exact same spot it had occupied before.
Now, this may sound crazy, and it might have been extreme exhaustion and frustration talking, but I could have sworn the kitten was grinning at me.