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By kataradragon All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Fantasy


“Max, this is no child. It’s a monster, “I heard a woman’s voice not far from me.

I tried to sit up with my small hands and stared at a woman with dirty blond hair who stared with hate and fear in her eyes to me.

I didn’t know what had happened, but it frightened me somehow. The man who was standing next to my bed, staring down at me with the same face as the women. I crawled as far as I could from him, but the bed had bars so I could not go any further.

“What do you want to do ?” he asked, and dropped a small white bunny with a little hat down on my bed.

I quickly took hold of it and hugged it with all the strength I had, and hoped that they would stop staring at me.

“I don’t know anything just the thing disappears.” She pointed at me with a hard stare.

“Do not you think we exaggerate, she is only 3 months old....”

“I don’t care if she 3 months, look at her eyes.” She walked towards me and take a hard grip on my arm.

I started to cry when she squeezed harder and screamed. The man just rubbed his dark brown hair and said nothing.

“I don’t want her,” the woman said, and walked out from the room.

I thought I wouldn’t see the woman again, but a few days later, she came back with a man with light brown hair and a white coat. I stared at him as he came closer and smiled at me. I hugged the bunny harder and crawled away from him.

“Interesting,” he said and lifted me up in his arms.

I kicked with my small legs and wanted to get away from him.

“Calm down girl,” he said, trying to calm me down. “I’ll just take you to your new home.”

I was not relieved when he said it. I screamed and tried to kick harder, but my little body could not hurt him.

He laughed and wrapped me in a blanket so I couldn’t move.

“What are you going to do to her, Dr. Black?” asked the woman, and didn’t even look at me.

The man who held me just smiled at her. “I cannot tell you, but we’ll take good care of her.”

I cried and tried to get the woman to look at me, but she just looked away.

“Does she have a name?,” asked Dr. Black and turned to look at the woman.

She said nothing, she just stared at the baby room they had made for me. It was like she was completely in another world. Black shrugged and started walking. On the way out of the room, he passed a mirror, and what I saw was a big shock. I had white eyes, there was no pupils or eye color. Just white eyes.


Black stop walking and turned to look at the woman.

" Excuse me ?.”

“That’s her name, Vixen.”

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