An Excerpt From Just an Innocent Little Cat Danny turned off the water and opened the shower curtain. He yelped and stepped back. “Damn thing! Get the hell out of here!”
Chester glared at him and hissed.
“Ma! Hey, ma!” Danny covered himself with his hands. “Get this cat outta here!”
Chester heard footsteps on the stairs and darted into the hallway. He sat on the top step of the carpeted staircase and raised his tail in greeting as his woman approached.
“Hello baby,” Betty purred and stroked his head. “Danny, what are you shouting about now?”
“Your damn cat! It was in the shower with me. You know I hate cats! Get rid of it.”
“That’s ridiculous. Cats don’t like water. Why would Chester go into the shower?” She paused. “Really Danny, I don’t know why you make up these stories. Chester is just an innocent little cat.” She sighed. “I made you some eggs and bacon, just like you wanted. Come down and eat before everything gets cold.”