Curiosity killed the cat

'why me?' I thought 'why does this stuff always happen to me? Do I have a sign on me that says misfortune strike here.' I guess you're pretty confused right now well it all started yesterday….

The Durslys had become more physical in their abuse. Though they knew not to break any bones as to not be found out. I had made it a habit of spending less and less time at home and more and more time at the park instead. The woods surrounding it were vast and gave me enough seclusion to practice advanced magic. The only probably was getting rid of the guards that watched me when I left the boundaries of the blood wards. I had become quite good at wandless magic so as to get pass the age restriction and had set up a place so as to warn me of anyone coming.

That day I was going to finally figure out my animangus form. I had studied the spell several times and knew the correct way to do the transformation by heart. It was almost six and the sun was setting. I conjured a mirror so I could see what I was when done. Concentrating as hard as I could I began the transformation to my animal form. It wasn't as painful as I thought it would be. Not the same as the bone crushing of transforming as I saw Remus do when he transformed. It was more of a glide than anything else. I opened my eyes when I felt it finish and quickly walked to the mirror, tripping a few times since I wasn't use to walking on four paws. As I looked at my reflection I gasped in shock at my form. 'There is no way this is my form!' I was a kitten, a black fluffy kitten with startling green eyes that could only be defined as the meaning of all things adorable. 'Great I can see the headlines now Savior of the Wizarding World a Kitten. Well I can't do anything about it, time to change back.' As I concentrated I didn't feel the glide like I did before. Wondering what was wrong I opened my eyes and found that I was still in my cat form. Panicking I tried over to change back again and again. I don't know how long it was before my wards went off. Banishing the mirror I looked around to see who the intruder was and was met with a sight I thought I would never see.