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Danny was working hard as always. As he reached towards the fluff that hung out of his cushion, he could see something from the corner of his eye.

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Melanie Morales Robson English Coursework 10LI Stress Danny was working hard as always. As he reached towards the fluff that hung out of his cushion, he could see something from the corner of his eye. Something or someone was moving towards him. His instincts told him that whatever it was, it was a threat to his ego and to his power over the household. He slowly moved his head around to concentrate what he could of his hibernating energy on this trespasser. He laid out on the sofa, making himself as long as possible, taking up as much space as he could, and showing his sharp nails as much as he was able to, as a warning to all intruders. ...read more.

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He repeated this until he was kicked away. The boy walked away downstairs, and Danny, indignant, walked back to the middle of the kitchen floor, and made a great effort to slump down into the most comfortable position he could. Eventually, a man, making weird muttering sounds of annoyance, Danny couldn't think why, entered the kitchen, looked at him, and went towards the fridge. Danny could now see he was a few steps away from his target. He strode to where the man was, pushed his side against him, made uninterested steps into the lettuce department of the fridge, came back out, and tried to wind himself with his legs and arms around the man. ...read more.

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Something also wanted his hard-earned prize. He turned round to come face to face to his hated opponent. His little stepsister was looking enviously at him. She tried to near him and his food, but Danny let out a spitting sound, and she was warned off. She was defeated, so to recover went sunbathing on the terrace. Danny continued until there was just a few mouthfuls left, and left it like that, showing that he didn't have to eat there if he didn't want to, and that if he did, it was just out of pure kindness to his lower beings. He strolled away from the kitchen, and with a flash of his tail, leapt into the tall bushes, to bring home whatever his instincts might lead him to. "Is this the tiring life cats should be suppressed to?" he thought to himself. 647 WORDS ...read more.

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