Saturday, June 22, 2013
Night of the Loving Kitty
Hello. Kenny Kitty here. I know you were expecting a story from Christopher. He was a bad human this week. He attempted to substitute Alpo for my normal diet of baked organic chicken. He must think I am some sort of animal or something. And when he put on the horrible smelling flea goop; I had to put my paw down. He was ruining my street cred with the ladies. I clawed him severely and sent him to his crate for the week. Through his whimpers, he mentioned something about a story due and begged me to let him out. Humans need discipline, but I did take pity.
So, gather around Kittens. Listen and learn…
Once, there was a small cabin on a lake. A young couple lived there and they were in love. They woke each other with a kisses and retired in the evening with a cuddle. All was good except one thing. They had been together long enough that human kittens should have come, but fate had not smiled on them up to that time. There had been questions on this and this bothered the Amelia, the wife. Her husband, Martin was more patient, telling her: “Dear, Amelia. We may be poor and not with child, but I have you and the stars. I will always be content.” These words soothed Amelia and they would sleep well.
One day, the couple was returning from the village. Her mother had spoken again about the lack of children. She was saddened by the remarks and was taking it out her husband. “Martin, is there something wrong with us?” We have been married for more than two years and still no child. Could we be barren?”
Taking his wife in his arms, he replied, “Wife, I do not care what they think. I could go through my life childless. But as along as you are in my arms and loving me, I will praise the heavens. You are my gift from God and I desire nothing more.” He meant every word of what he said and she smiled.
Rain started as couple turned into the gate. They hustled down to the porch, and saw a small kitten lying on the ground very still. Amelia picked him up and took him inside. Muddy and wet, she couldn’t tell if it was black or white. They sat on the sofa cleaning their new companion with an old towel. He was dark silver with a beautiful soft coat. A warm feeling came over Martin and Amelia as the kitten cuddled with them. They knew an empty place in their lives had been filled. They fixed a hearty stew for dinner, saving a bit of meat and sauce for the kitten. He soon slept contently on the floor and the couple went to bed.
A large full moon rose over the lake. Blue and large, it ascended over the trees. The Double Blue Orb moon was out. A single moonbeam came through the window and struck the kitten and soon began to stretch and grow until he was as large as a lion. His little purr became a growl. He was, William Felix, the Werecat. Rising from the floor. he began to pace the room.
He breathed deeply, savoring the aroma of dinner. This wasn’t his first transformation, but it indeed had been the happiest. Most people would kick or shoo him away. Those humans died. He looked forward to seeing and tasting their blood, delivering pain to them in kind. But these two had shown kindness and mercy. They were to be rewarded for their love. A quick lick finished the last of the stew and he padded quietly down the hall.
Stopping at the bedroom, he heard odd sounds. Most of the human sounds he had heard before were screams of horror. These were different. High pitched sighs, short breaths and low moans. He looked around the corner and found the couple entwined. Martin was still clothed and his head was on his wife’s breast. She reached for his shirt, pulling it above his head. He tugged at his pants until they came free. She stroked him tenderly. Amelia knew her husband’s words were true. He was content with the stars and her, and she with him. William Felix entered unnoticed. He padded up to the side of the bed. The cat lifted his head a growled “Pet the pussy.”
Martin reached down between his wife’s legs and began to lightly trace around her heart. Amelia arched her back and purred loudly, wanting more. He pressed slightly harder, kissing Amelia tenderly on the inside of her right thigh. He turned his head to the left to continue when they both saw the cat. They both gasped and jumped back.
“Who or what are you?” Amelia cried. “Take what you want and please don’t hurt us. We took you in to our home thinking it was a good idea at the time. Woe upon our fault.”
The silver mained beast growled softly: “Please don’t be frightened. You have passed the test. My name is William Felix. I once was a prince in a far land, but my consort was an evil sorceress. Jealous was she and she walked in with me and another woman, she cast this spell. Most of the time, I am the gentle kitten you found. But, tonight is the Double Orb Moon and I transform. If my current companion has mistreated me, they are killed on the spot. But, you and your husband showed me mercy and hospitality. And I wish to love you both. So, please, pet the pussy.”
And with that, William Felix jumped on bed between the loving couple. He touched noses with Martin and kissed him, then turned to Amelia and did the same. His large, supple tail wrapped gently around Martin and gently squeezed, sliding up and down the shaft. Martin moaned and began massaging large cat’s shoulder blades. William Felix began to purr and they both came closer to Amelia.
The cat began to nuzzle her raised nipples. She began to sigh. “Oh, Precious Kitty, please love us forever.” The cat softly kneaded and petted her, putting his cold nose between her legs and tasting. Their moans became louder and quicker. Amelia reached under the large cat’s belly and began to rub. His growl was almost deafening. She guided the cat into her and cried out. The three souls shared each other as a storm grew outside. Martin picked up Amelia’s Silver Handled hairbrush off the night stand to groom the great cat. As the brush touched his back, there was a clap of thunder. William Felix screamed and everything went dark.
Martin came to his senses first. He looked down and saw the huge cat was replaced by their kitten, contently asleep under Amelia’s breast. The evil spell had been broken and they were left spent. Amelia stirred and looked at her husband and kitten in wonder. Then, smiling, she kissed her husband and they slept contentedly together.
On a warm day the next spring, Catherine Marie came smiling into their lives. There were no more questions from the others. One morning, Martin came into the bedroom after his bath. Amelia was nursing Baby Kitty, as they came to call their daughter, with a dreamy smile on her face. Felix the Kitty hopped in Mama’s lap and nuzzled his daughter and they purred in unison. Martin had his wife, his stars and a beautiful daughter, and a companion unlike any other in the world.