No Tuna Day


Sophelia was bored again. She played with a toy before sighing and trying to bury the toy in her kitty litter. She then went to sleep for 9 minutes. When she woke up, she felt refreshed. Madame Sophelia could not find Mary anywhere. She wondered where she was. Maybe at the supermarket.
She could see Prince Alexander sleeping in the corner of the kitchen. Probably waiting for tuna to magically appear. She went up real close to his face and wacked him with her right paw. That woke him up quite suddenly. Prince Alexander was in shock.

“How dare you wake me up!” Prince Alexander purred.
“I have nothing better to do.” Madame Sophelia replied.
“Is there any tuna out?” Prince Alexander asked.
“Unfortunately, no. It is all gone.” Madame Sophelia said solemnly

This was too shocking for Prince Alexander. He became frantic.
“No that cannot be true! It shouldn’t be gone. I had some like an hour ago.” Prince Alexander screeched.
“I am not the one who buys the tuna.” Madame Sophelia said.
Madame Sophelia then went to the front room and started meowing at the door. Five minutes later Mary opened the door.

“Hello Madame Sophelia. Hello Prince Alexander.” Mary said as she closed the door behind her.
She had a few bags with her that she put on the ground. Madame Sophelia tried to sniff the bags but she could not smell any tuna.
“I brought tuna. I hope you two have empty stomachs because I bought a lot of tuna!” Mary exclaimed.
“Much thanks human.” Prince Alexander purred. Ready to gorge himself on tuna.

Madame Sophelia huffed. “Thank you Mary.”

They tucked into the tuna the Mary presented to them.

“You two need to go to the vet tomorrow.” Mary began, worried about their reactions.

“I am not leaving the house. The vet will have to come to us.” Prince Alexander exclaimed.

Published by ArianaRose

I’m hoping to become a writer, playwright & novelist. I'm also considering becoming a Historian or librarian at this stage in life. I'm looking for opportunities in performance writing and publishing short stories in literary magazines. I study English and Creative Writing at university.

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