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Silver - The cat

                                                  Not so - Indolent


Silver, the newest member of the family was the laziest cat anyone will ever find. The little plate of Saucer that was filled by her master will be slurped down at one go and there she goes away walking steadily to find a place for a nap. Tim her master will often be heard saying ‘Move faster you lazy cat’,  but silver seems not to pay any heed. Her master thought of finding a way to grab Silver's attention but it was hard and he often failed .With Milk lingering her long whisker Silver moved slowly taking little step at a time.

Once the family had gathered in for a dinner, while everyone was busy enjoying the scrumptious meal, Silver cozied herself next to the fire, been disturbed by the noise it was hard for her to get any nap. Trying not to give attention towards the noises she tried shutting her eye for a while. And Tim looking over the fire saw her dozing off so, he smiled and thought how she could sleep with all the noises around and maybe she was too lazy to be disturbed even with the smell of the foods in the room.
Soon, a piece of Fish dropped on the carpet when Gil tried to pass the plate to Tim. No sooner did the piece fell on the ground and he bended over to pick it up he was in for shock when he saw his cat has already reached the spot and was biting over the fallen fish. Mike seems amazed at the speed that silver must have ran to catch hold of the piece as he knew that she was too lazy even to walk faster for a little while. That incident made Tim smile and he gave a thought on how his known 'lazy cat' was not at all lazy. He gave a soft laugh and whispered at Silver saying ‘now I know what can grab your attention, you are not that lazy after all'... Smarty Cat!


                                                                                             M.kikon

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