“Oh, my black and white friend, if we had one owner …”
“I every time I get close to a human, if he does not throw me a stone, he hit me with a slipper, or a pillow …”
“Heh, heh, heh, ashy friend, so I managed to enter through a window. I always run to the kitchen to eat a fish fillet, or meat. ”
“Look, black and white, I have to settle for catching mice over the rooftops. I always find the doors and windows closed.”
The yellow cat knew the secret that his fellow ignored: meow. She meowed and rubbed her tail between the legs of humans. So, of this manner, she communicated with them. Only now, at that moment, she only saw a darkness inside the house of their owners.
So, she was hoping one day.
On the second day, she was waiting patiently for one of its owners arrived. She did not see their owners return. But the third day, if it really was the third because he did not know count consecutively, he realized that some humans had reached to the supposed property of their owners.
She started meowing desperately.
“They should be,” meowed the yellow cat, “maybe they give me some milk and lots of love.”
When they saw the yellow cat, they not ignored her. She understood that those humans were different. They hardly resembled their owners.
The yellow cat was frightened. She stopped wagging her tail, and she made a mewing like wildlife cats, away from humans. She settled her legs and ran as she could. She realized that the house of their owners, where she was born and raised was destroyed. In place of the house only they had debris and smoke that prevented to see their surroundings.
After a few days she realized she was alone. She was completely alone. But she had a hope. She still had a necklace around her neck that she seemed most striking among neighborhood cats. Also someone could identify her and communicate to their owners.
Since then she showed surly. Sometimes, when a man approached her, then she ran wildly. She hid in the undergrowth. From there she watched the area where the house was built from their owners.
The yellow cat felt sadness, even in her solitude.