“Do you like cat?”
“No, I don’t,” I answered, “I LOOOOOVE cat!”
She was not mine. I babysat her for a friend. Little did I know, how active of her.
I was with my camera trying my best to frame her into my photo subject. Once she realised she was the attention, she
jumped flew from one furniture to another, like a maniac. No. It was me chasing her like a maniac.
When I raised my voice, she stared at me. I think I kind of turned her into a rebellious cat.
At the end, I managed to put her on my favourite ‘Pain de Sucre’ fabric.
I know ‘Pain de Sucre’ sounds like something painful but it’s more like a sweet sugar bread. Yet it’s not correct too. ‘Pain de Sucre’ is a mountain on an island, at the north of Madagascar. I think this souvenir from Madagascar suits her well.
I was looking for her. No sign of her. Had she fallen from balcony? I remembered I grab her back to inside after spotting her hanging out on the balcony. Checked on the ground floor and the whole of apartment. OMG how am I going to explain to my friend?!!
But I thought, she’s a smart ass. Let’s just wait.
About two hours later, the door bell rang. My neighbour came to ask if we lost a cat.
She was still alive and kicking! She climbed across to my neighbour’s balcony! What a limbo day for me.
Despite all the troubles, I really think she was as sweet as a sugar bun!