'New Horizons': Cissi tells Selma about her new life
'Did he kiss you?' inquired Selma with a wry smile, as she and her long-time friend lounged in the shade of an old apple tree in a lovely summer-green back garden. They were gossiping (no, talking) as most females do when they get together.
'Oh yes, he did! He kissed me so sweetly!' Cissi sighed, 'It was delicious!'
'So, how do you like your new life?' inquired Selma, stretching and yawning.
'Oh Selma, it's simply divine' , purred Cissi. 'And now, I have him all to myself!'
'I don't understand these mixed liaisons,' said Selma, often the one to put a damper on the swooning passions of others, 'I mean, you won't be able to have children together... and he is so tall and you are so ... I mean he could crush you in bed if he rolls over you in his sleep!'
'But he won't. He is so careful. He holds me in his arms and takes me everywhere: the kitchen, the dining-room, the study and, of course, the bedroom. I can even perch on his shoulders and ride around on him. You get a different perspective up there...'
'Yes, I'm sure', chimed Selma in, 'You see entirely New Horizons up there!'
'And children, who needs more kits? I can still have kittens with any tom I choose!'
'And he doesn't mind?'
'Not in the least!'
'How did his wife take it?' asked Selma, trying to steer the line of inquiry in another direction.
'Very well, I thought, for a two-legged. Even though she caught us red-pawed. She came into the bedroom one evening when I was lying next to him on the bed with my paw over his arm. I heard her footsteps, but did not pull my paw away in time. So she saw it. She starting packing after that, and the movers came the next day.'
'I see', said Selma purring and listening with one ear, as she stretched the full length of her body, rolled around in the grass waving all four feet in the air.
'After that', Cissi continued, 'he took me with him to this lovely place and I'll being returning to the city with him tomorrow. I'm his only companion now. He said so.'
'Oh lucky you!' sighed Selma biting an imaginary flea.
Word count according to WordCalc: 396 : MPA (Minor Points Acceptable)
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