Kitties and Pixies Make Excellent Companions






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A pixie makes attempts a daring escape and meets a rather unusual kitty

Kitties and Pixies Make Excellent Companions

On a cold summers night, a pixie pokes her head out of a dusty shoebox she took refuge from the dreaded little girl who wanted so desperately to play with her.

And here she thought adult humans were to control their little ones! They didn't even seem to care about their daughter's torturing of magical creatures!

Ever so quietly, she lifts herself out, hoping the faint glow of her tiny wings won't alert anybody. The closet door is only ever so slightly ajar, perfect for her to slip out of and back to...

Ever so quietly, she lifts herself out, hoping the faint glow of her tiny wings won't alert anybody. The closet door is only ever so slightly ajar, perfect for her to slip out of and back to... Well, she wasn't sure where. Pixies made their homes in pacts, but this particular pixies pact didn't really want her around anymore.

She flutters to the crack, peeks out at the room illuminated by a pink nightlight, the little girl is sound asleep in her bed. Awe, she's rather cute when she's asleep! Little devil.

The pixie squeezes her form out of the crack and soars to the window sill. Leaving a faint trail of sparkle behind her.

Freedom is just out of her grasp, now, how to get it open! Tugging and pulling seemed useless, she was much too small.

But just as she was to ponder a new solution, the door came ever so slightly ajar; the pixie jumped so high she hit her head on the top of the window frame!

She came crashing back down, staring silently at the darkened hallway behind the wooden door. But there was no adult human there.

Instead, a black cat came waltzing in, strutting along with that particular feline swagger. The cat hopped onto the nightstand like it was nothing, and then onto the windowsill.

The pixie just stared dumbly up at the creature, hoping it wouldn't try to pick her up in its slimy mouth!

"You're not going to get far there," the cat said.

"You're not going to get far there," the cat said. "Well," the pixie propped herself up, "its the only chance I have!"

"No, no," the cat looked exasperated. "You're much too small to open the window, there's a gap under the door in the mudroom, this is only a rickety summer cabin you know, you'll fit."

The pixie had always known cats to be tricksters, so she was rather skeptical of this human-loving beast.

"And why should I believe you!" the tiny creature put her hands to her hips.

"And why should I believe you!" the tiny creature put her hands to her hips. "Why on earth would I lie about a gap under a door?"

"And why should I believe you!" the tiny creature put her hands to her hips. "Why on earth would I lie about a gap under a door?" "To make me your midnight snack!"

The cat rolled her yellow eyes, "Cats with white tails don't lie." The cat swished her tail, white as snow in front of herself, coiling it around her paws.

"... Pixies with blue eyes are always untrusting," the pixie crossed her arms now, turning her head away.

"... Pixies with blue eyes are always untrusting," the pixie crossed her arms now, turning her head away. "You just made that up," the cat replied.

"... Pixies with blue eyes are always untrusting," the pixie crossed her arms now, turning her head away. "You just made that up," the cat replied. "So did you!"

"No I didn't," the cat said, offended, "and keep your voice down, look, just hop on my back, I'll take you to the mudroom, then you can get back to... where ever you came from."

The pixie looked down at the floor, she felt her wings fold at her sides.

The pixie looked down at the floor, she felt her wings fold at her sides. "Oh, I see," the cat said, "Cats with yellow eyes see through you, you know."

The pixie looked down at the floor, she felt her wings fold at her sides. "Oh, I see," the cat said, "Cats with yellow eyes see through you, you know." "My word you're annoying with that."

"Say, you could stay here out in the garden if going back isn't an option," the cat said.

"Say, you could stay here out in the garden if going back isn't an option," the cat said. "With her!?" The pixie whisper-exclaimed motioning to the sleeping little girl.

"She's not so bad, she's just a baby human, she doesn't understand, and besides, she's the only one who can hear me talk. She's adorable when I try to teach her my proverbs."

"Humans can't hear animals talk," the pixie turned up her nose.

"Really? Well, they don't see little creatures like you either," the cat said.

The pixie looked at the cat, completely dumbfounded. Well, she wasn't sure how she felt about the kitty cat, but now there seemed to be a rather myopic mystery to solve.

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