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Kitten

By JaneCatt

Humor / Romance

Kitten

Author's note: So, this is a very short story with Zero and Amaya. Those of you who have read "Black Rose" already know her, so, it doesn't need any introductions. This story was written after a prompt of the word "Kitten" in the facebook's group "All writers welcome"

Disclaimer: I do not own Vampire Knight or any of its characters. I only own Amaya, my OC. Sukui belongs to the wonderful Lady Island Rose! She rocks! You should go read her stories!

Kitten (Zero X Amaya)

It was a cold tempestuous night and Zero was becoming worried. Amaya still hadn't return from her visit to the Cross Academy.

Suddenly, he was taken out of his thoughts by the sound of the front door being opened. He hurried towards the front door, only to see a very drenched Amaya, holding a black fuzzy hairball.

He approached her and frowned.

"Where were you, Amaya?! There's a storm outside!" – The female hunter giggled.

"Sorry, for the delay, Zero. Still, I'm fine. I just had to stop for a while on the way home. " – He frowned even more.

"Why?" – She sighed, her temper beginning to rise.

"Are you trying to control me?!" – She took a deep breath to calm down. – "I stopped because of this cutie!" – She showed him the little fuzz ball. He raised his eyebrow.

"And what is that?" – She approached him, so that he could see more clearly what she was holding.

Suddenly the fuzzy little creature began to mewl and two yellow eyes stared at the male vampire hunter. As soon as he saw the small animal, Zero began to sneeze uncontrollably.

This took Amaya by surprise and she couldn't help but laugh out loud.

"Oh God, Zero! You can face Noble vampires, but you can't stand a little kitten! It's hilarious!" – Between sneezes, Zero frowned.

"I'm allergic to cats, okay?! Just…! Just put that thing away from me!" – She began to try to control her laughter.

"S-Sorry, I didn't know. B-But, can I keep her?" – Zero widened his eyes while continuing to sneeze.

"What?! Are you insane?! I'm allergic to that… thing!" – Amaya pouted.

"It's not a thing, Zero! Her name is Midnight and she is my new pet! She's a very sweet kitten!" – Her boyfriend was about to argue but decided that it was futile; arguing with her when she had her mind set on something was always useless.

"Fine! But keep her away from me!" – Without another word, Zero went to his bedroom in the Headmaster's house, leaving a smiling Amaya behind; playing with the little kitten on the sofa.

Suddenly, Zero heard another female voice joining her girlfriend's.

"A kitten! So CUTE!" – He sighed in frustration.

"Damn it! Even Sukui!" – Sukui's voice was heard again.

"Hey, Amaya, I have the perfect idea for a prank!" – Zero widened his eyes, almost guessing what went through the brunette girl's head.

Hell no, Sukui! – His voice echoed through the house, causing the two girls in the living room laugh uncontrollably.

The End

Jane Catt

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