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Cat Tales Issue #3 by unknow

7

The red chariot touched down in the middle of a park. It was nighttime, but the park was lit by those strange orangey stick-light-trees that poked out of the sidewalks like too-long hooked claws. There weren’t as many trees as I would have liked, and we were awfully close to one of those strange chair-building-toy-places human children liked to climb on and jump off of and slide down. I thought of them as “kiddie condos.”

“I guess this is where you get off, Mr. Gingersnap,” said Dwight.

 

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Cat Tales Issue #3 by unknow

Author:unknow , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:unknow

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Kydala Publishing, Inc.
7

The red chariot touched down in the middle of a park. It was nighttime, but the park was lit by those strange orangey stick-light-trees that poked out of the sidewalks like too-long hooked claws. There weren’t as many trees as I would have liked, and we were awfully close to one of those strange chair-building-toy-places human children liked to climb on and jump off of and slide down. I thought of them as “kiddie condos.”

“I guess this is where you get off, Mr. Gingersnap,” said Dwight.

I pedaled my back feet until I was out of the bag, then jumped onto the ground.

The moment my paws hit the ground, I knew things had changed. In Heaven, remember, you could feel things only a little. But the gray ground here felt hard and cold against my toepads. Had Heaven turned me into a tenderfoot?!

I flexed my claws, scenting the crisp air. Wow! The smell of pet dogs and their humans was distinct, wafting over the hard roads humans had made over the dirt hills of the park. But I was used to the smell of grass.

“Dwight?” I said. “Where’s all the grass?”

“I think we’re in Texas,” he said.

“Is that a Housing?”

“Nah, it’s a state! In the desert, or at least, part of it is. Hard to grow grass in the desert,” he explained. “Not enough moisture.”

“Moisture?”

“Yeah, you know, like rain or snow.”

My tail swished. I was supposed to be done with my mission before Christmas Day’s snowfall. Could it snow here?

The chariot began to lift. I jumped around, tail puffed. The stars in the wheels shone bright, brighter, began to whirr.

“Be careful out there!” called Dwight. “Don’t get downhearted. And who knows? I might be seeing ya soon! WHOA!” He said this last word just before the chariot disappeared into an orange streak blurring across the purple night sky. I followed the motion, fast as a sparrow’s flight.

The wind whistled and my ears folded to keep the chill out. There might not have been any snow here in the park in Texas, but the wind was cold! I hadn’t ever been cold in Heaven.

I ran up the slide for human children and crouched at the end of a tunnel with round windows. The wind whistled at the slide’s mouth. I had no idea where my mission kitten was, my fellow angel was gone, and I’d forgotten how awful it felt being cold. Heaven and my Lord and all my friends felt very far away, their love a faded memory.

Why did I ever think it would be a good idea to come back to the streets?

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