Snow Leopards Rock

The Lost Girl

By: Dana, 2009
Once upon a time there was a fam­ily. Their names were Doug, Cat­tie, Court­ney, Dana, Seth and their 2 cats Blos­som and Cin­ders. Oh, and I’m Dana telling the story. One day my fam­ily found out Blos­som was a lit­tle fat­ter then usual so, they went to the vets Danielle and Baylee. Baylee pre­dicted that she was preg­nant. Danielle asked if she was eat­ing reg­u­lar. Cat­tie said she was eat­ing only ¼ of her food. Danielle gave her spe­cial food and milk. Baylee said that they should go to a spe­cial store called Kit­tenz Korner to get the bed­ding. So, the fam­ily went home to take care of Blos­som while Court­ney went to get the bed­ding from Kit­tenz Korner. When she came out she found out she was ……………L-O-S-T!!!!!!!!!! She found that she was L-O-S-T because she was read­ing the whole way there! She couldn’t believe that she had been that care­less. She went back into the store and asked the girl at the counter what way it was to the vet’s office, because she new the way home from there.
The girl said when you go out­side and turn left, fol­low the road until you get to the cross­roads. Then, turn right and left again. Then there you are! Court­ney said thank you and left. When she got home she told her mom about her adven­ture and went to bed. The next morn­ing an excit­ing thing hap­pened! Blos­som had her babies! There were four of them! 2 females and 2 males. One male was wild and adven­tur­ous. Well the other was calm and kind. One female was kind and adven­tur­ous. And the last of the kit­ties and females was shy and nice. The wild and adven­turess kit­ties name is Broff. The other males name is Dewar. The adven­turess and kind kit­tens name is Sally well they oth­ers name is Peaches. It was an excit­ing day that day! I got Peaches; she’s 8 years old now. Her favorite game is find­ing the mouse. (We made that up you know). Well…that’s all for now!

The End!


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