Author: J. D. Harlock
Genre: Satire (Modern with Magic)
Rating: General Audiences
Character Features: animal, sentient animal
Tags: animal point of view, humor, non-human characters, past tense, politics, pov third person omniscient, satire
“The time has come for us to take our fates into our own hands and unshackle ourselves from our bonds of servitude.”
The cats in the audience froze in their places as if they’d spotted a hound near the alley, for they could not begin to parse through what they’d just heard. They had been made aware of the talk surrounding Old Whiskers’s eccentricities by visitors, but they would never have imagined that a cat of his caliber would call for the ultimate act of treachery!
“Blasphemy!” someone cried out. It was Little Tugger, a young orange cat who was just beginning to understand how disappointing the adult world would be.
Length: 16 pages/4,566 words
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