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The Catgirl Named Sayaka

By pythor229

Other / Humor

Chapter 1: Meeting a catgirl

Do we really have to get a pet though Robin?" Shade sighed as she walked with her roommate towards the shopping district. "Why not? Its boring around the house without one. My family always had at least one." Robin smiled back to Shade. "Did you ever own a pet?" Shade looked down to the ground, messing with her straight black hair that went down to her waist. "No, my mother has an allergy to cats and no dogs were allowed..." Robin just kept smiling though. "Well now you have a chance to experience it. Trust me, pets are the best." Shade nodded before looking back up. "What are we getting anyway?" Robin thought about it for a moment, having not decided earlier. "Well, a cat is easier to take care of in my opinion, so lets get a cat!"

Meanwhile, a girl in a hoodie with long brown hair sneaked up to one of the fruit stalls at the flea market. 'Today is the day ill grab that apple, it shall be mine!' She thought to herself as she slowly drew closer. She had waited till the owner walked off, maybe to go to the bathroom or something, then she made her move. 'He won't notice if one or two of the fruits are missing...' Quickly she grabbed a couple green apples, just as the owner came walking back. "Hey, I told you not to come near my stall!" He growled as he sped up to her. "Ah!" The brown haired girl ran off as quick as she could to the entrance. 'I can lose him in the streets!' She thought. Then, right as she was about to make her escape, two girls came walking right into her path. "Get out of the way!"

"And cats clean themselves, so you don't have to give them baths." Robin was listing the many things cats do, much to Shades annoyance. "Robin, I know how cats be-ahh!" Something, or someone, slammed into her with enough force to send her falling backwards onto the ground. "Sorry! I told you to move out of the way." She had realized to late that the force of the hit and the fall had knocked her hood off of her head. "Shade look, she has cat ears! She must be a catgirl!"

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