The Chronicles of Brutis – Chapter X

Brutis running 1crYesterday morning – I was walking in the front yard when I saw Darby, the barn cat, hunting birds from a tree along the side of the house. 

Knowing Mark loves and feeds the wild birds I sprang into action!

I don’t think he saw me so I had him by surprise.  He was perched on a branch in a tree wild birds often use on their way to the feeder.
Darby in tree 3cr In the shade of the tree I slowed my run to a sneak.  using  a technique, oddly enough, I learned from a cat decades ago.  I approached from the west.  Closer and closer I crept til I was nearly under him.  He didn’t see me at first…
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But then, he noticed me…
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He glared at me with green eyes that  suddenly turned red.
Darby red eyes 1cr

I knew without a doubt he was going to try to blaze me.  His eyes burned with a familiar fire.  The flash caught me off guard, and for an instance everything tuned red.
Darby blazing 1cr But his efforts fell short.  I pushed him with a great inner voice which I called from my heart.  I ducked under his rays and projected the thought into his head that he was melting.Darby melting 1cr

He screamed in agony, but before I released him I made him know hunting birds shall not be allowed.

“Why? Why?” he screeched at me.  “It’s perfectly normal for cats to hunt birds!  You run this farm-yard like a prison camp!”

“The birds don’t think so,” I barked back.  “And remember this, Darby.  Just because I need you to summon a thing or two once in a while, that doesn’t mean you can run around here breaking rules.  There shall be no more bird hunting anywhere in the farm-yard.  You got that?”

“Yes,” he answered.

“Good.  Now beat it – before I really do make you melt!”

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To read the previous chapter click the link below.
The Chronicles of Brutis – Chapter 9.

Copyright 2015                Click on any image to enlarge.
Mark E. Schrull                        
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