Five Card Story: The Cat That Returned To The Cup

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a Five Card Flickr story by Deena Robinson created Mar 15 2013, 05:40:39 pm. Create a new one!


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Once upon a time, a long long long long long long time ago, there was a cat and he lived in a cup. The cat constantly slept, every minute, all day, all week, all year. Until one day he woke up and relized that his dream in life was to chase children across the world in one day, and they would end up in the ocean. So when the sun rose, he came out of his cup and started running. He started out in maine, he kept going until he found children. He chased every child, in every neigborhood across the country all day. He started to get tired and hungry every once in a while but he did not care...he kept running. At sun down, he finally reached the west coast, he had ran through every state on the way from maine to california, chasing small children to the ocean on one day. By the time they were there, all of the children were so scared of this cat they jumped right in the ocean. The cat was going to fallow them but he put one front paw in the water, and ran the other direction. he was so afraid of the water that he ran all the way back from california, to maine in 1 hour. And there is where he finally realized what he had done! he had acheived his wildest dream! he was a very happy cat, but he was so tired. He returned to his cup and went back to sleep. Never waking up again...some people say that he was so determined to acheive his dream because he had slept away his whole life, he was so rested that he had enough energy to come up with something crazy and run across the entire country in one day! but others just think he was an insane cat, mostly because he slept in a cup...

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