Thanks go out to Camigwen for letting me write her a story at 2 in the morning and for actually liking it...and for helping me with the title ;)...

Disclaimer:

Alas, one so humble and poor as myself could never aspire to owning thee, Inuyasha, for it was the will of the fates that we shall forever be separated. Doth the wind howl? Yes. Do I owneth thee? No. So I beg of you, great and noble lawyers, I hope that it pleases you not to take my money as I have so blatantly used this other in my own story. Alas, I am but a poor maiden lost in the anime world.

And on with the story!.................................................

As I slid into the room, claws suddenly appeared under the window, prying it open.

I was concerned, but Kagome was nowhere to be seen, she was still at that stupid school thing.

I had nothing to do except wait around like usual, bored out of my mind, but this would prove interesting.

I crept as quietly as I could to the windowsill and sat underneath, waiting patiently for the intruder to enter.

Why was someone coming into MY Kagome's room other than me, and, well, her kid brother and mother of course, but that was besides the point...

As I waited I could hear muffled curses, apparently this outsider was having troubles...I laughed silently to myself and imagined all the things I would do with my claws when he entered...

Oh yes, I could tell it was a he...I could smell him far before he even tried to pry the window open, and 'he' would just have to learn that it was unacceptable for any other boys besides myself or family to enter her dwelling.

How dare whoever this was try to enter when I was keeping watch...

Finally, the outsider managed to pry open the window, flinging it open with a loud shout of triumph.

A rather violent sneeze followed quickly, however...

Everyone knows that dogs are allergic to cats, that's why they hate us...he should have kept his distance from my home and my Kagome...

Stupid dog...trying to take My Kagome...

Serves him right, I feel no pity in his sudden allergic reaction, and as he growls his displeasure, I simply purr and walk away, knowing that I, Buyo, have once again kept Kagome safe, especially from over zealous dogs who smell funny.

Achooo!

...the end...

Well I hope you all have enjoyed and got a kick out of the slight plot twist...caught ya' didn't I? Have fun and review if you want! 

Ja'!