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Soft moans slipped from the half sleeping lips of a slender brunette as she rolled about on the bed, blankets, and sheets strewn in every which way, partially covering her body and partially not. She had taken a rather long nap, longer than she had intended, but it felt absolutely [i incredible]. Slowly, her eyes peeled open taking in the dark scenery of her bedroom, the only light shining through the windows from the neighborhood around the house. The coven house was located further away from the downtown skyscrapers, but by no means did it take hours and hours to get downtown. Streetlights lined the sidewalks, kids played outside, but most were smart enough to stay out of the street. Today was different. Instead of waking up to be greeted by the lazy
Without hesitation, Auden slipped from her bed and went straight to her closet, changing from her shorts and a tank top to a cute little cream dress in no time, not bothering to do her hair but rather putting a floral headband in it and letting it fall down her back wildly. She had plans for tonight, wild and crazy plans. Grocery shopping. Nimbly, the woman left her room and headed outside, snatching her keys and small brown purse from the table inside her door before she made it all the way out.
The moonlight reflected itself upon the water that touched the girl's lips. A cold drink that satisfied her thirst after an exhausting day. She sat alone on a bench as people passed her, pass bys gazing upon her casting a whisper or a smirk here and there. Her golden eyes followed the unfamiliar faces before her, her facial expression showing nothing but disinterest. She took one last gulp of her drink before standing to her feet, making a 3-point shot with the crushed plastic cup into a nearby trashcan. She could hear a few whistles as compliments and smirked to herself. It had been almost two hours since she sat down waiting for her little feline companion to show up. Though as the streetlights began to flicker on, Auden had a feeling that she wasn’t going to see her little friend today. On her journey to the market, she had picked up some new treats that were in the shape of little fish. The brunette felt almost silly, carrying the little bag as she made her way out of the park.
That night was Auden's birthday, something which she didn't really care for considering the fact that she had spent a good many of them alone. Auden ran her fingers through her brown strands as she released another sigh. She grasped onto the small bag of items sitting next to her feet and sat up. Auden had almost made it out of the park when a soft little mew made her roll back onto her heels. Another soft mew made her look towards the bushes lining the outskirts of the park. Curiosity got the best of her and it didn’t take her long before she found the source of the noise. [b [#FF6E4E “Clips?”]] She gasped, kneeling down next to her little blood soaked companion. “I-Uh-Stay right there.” The moment the words left her lips, Auden felt even more silly. Just where was this little cat going to go to in that condition? Trotting back to her flower shop, Auden moved as fast as she could to the upstairs where her bedroom was located. Grabbing a black towel, the young woman ran as fast as she could back to the park. Earning her a few stares as the black towel fluttered in her hands like a backwards cape.
[b [#FF6E4E “You'll be okay.”]] Auden cooed, moving the tiny creature onto the towel as best she could. [b [#FF6E4E “I’ll get you fixed up.”]] There was no way a vet was going to be open at this hour. With her hopes high that she could do this on her own until morning, Auden bundled up the little cat, carefully and much much slower made her way back to her shop. Taking the stairs up to her room carefully, as to make the trip as less painful as she possibly could. Once inside, hours of bandages, some sad excuses of stitches, and antibacterial cream that the young woman was unsure of it was one hundred percent safe to use on animals. [b [#FF6E4E “That should be okay...until morning and the vet opens.”]] She whispered to no one as she peered down at the sleeping cat in a little made up bed of an old pink blanket. [b [#FF6E4E “Now for me.”]] Auden looked down at her once cream dress that was now splattered here and there with blood. Quickly stripping, she set forth to get the blood out, taking another hour out of her night. Once everything was done, cat safely sleeping beside her bed and her dress saved, the slender brunette slumped into her bed, passing out in a matter of minutes. Not before setting her alarm for a sharp seven, then nothing but soft snores escaped her.