Blanche’s cat was missing. After many fruitless searches, Blanche gave up, resigned. She wept.
Some days later, she received an anonymous note:
Your cat eats tasty fish. If you want to see it again, put on your red dress and fancy hat and come Saturday evening to the beach.
This week I’m republishing some of my favorite 50-word stories.
16 thoughts on “A 50-Word Story a Day Keeps the Boredom Away #39”
Wow, a love catnapping.
NICE STORY. ITS SO CAPTIVATING
The Singing Butler took the cat…
Oh dear. This won’t end well, I fear.
For the lady or for the cat?
As usual, best with words…Fascinating..
It reminds me “Satoru Nakata” character who talks with cat in “Kafka on The Shore”..
Scary kind of a date…
Do you have cats in India, or do you keep tigers as pets instead?
Tigers are a little difficult to have as pets but cats yes 🙂 Infact I have one at home..
A tiger or a cat? Both! Because a tiger is a cat, and a cat can be a tiger. 🙂
Haha! Princess Jasmine catnapped my tiger so now I only have a house cat with me..
Sometimes, loving too much becomes scary, sometimes the love is so strong the scary can be forgiven. I think this belongs to the latter.
I think it really depends on the woman…
I’ve always loved this Vettriano picture. Well done for bringing it alive!
lovely. I bet it was you who stole her kitty