“Shut up I know you took our cats. You’re really creepy and you seem to be the only person who would really steal cats around here.” I say my hands on my hips infuriated that my cat had seemed to disappear into thin air along with everyone in our neighborhood’s cats.
“I swear I didn’t!” the man argues.
“My cat is gone too!” Mrs. Gold screams from across the street.
“You’re cat has been dead for three years Mrs. Gold” I yell back.
“What was that?” Mrs. Gold asks turning the right side of her head toward me.
“What is her problem?” I ask out loud to no one in particular.
“Nothing Mrs. Gold, you should take a nap now” I say back.
She nods and heads inside. I roll my eyes and then feel kind of bad because she’s really old.
“Anyways,” I turn back to the man, “Jerry we know you have them, where did you put them?”
He smiles in a way that probably made all of us neighbors uncomfortable.
“You’ll never find them” he cackles and then falls to the ground dead.
“Well… That was weird” I say.
The woman next to me nods in agreement.
*Three Hours Later*
“OH THE ROAD GOES EVER ON AND ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” Steve the unicorn sings.
“Shut up Steve and keep walking on” I reply.
Steve exhales sharply and continues walking up the rocky terrain. A line of other neighbors continue down after me on their horses (I got to be the leader because I have a unicorn) on a mission to find our cats. Jerry was crazy so we just had a hunch he’d go up a mountain to hide the cats… That and we found a map with an X marks the spot in a cave on this mountain labeled “hidden cats” so you know I had a hunch that the cats were there.