AUTHOR'S NOTE: I WAS INSPIRED BY MY CLASSMATE'S LITTLE SONG. YOU SEE, HE'S REALLY GOOD IN COMPOSING SONGS. I THINK HE'LL BE A COMPOSER SOMEDAY. ANYWAY, I WAS INSPIRED FROM IT. I DON'T KNOW HOW BUT I LOVE HOW HE MAKES NEW IDEAS FOR ME WITHOUT EVEN HIM KNOWING! ANYWAY, FOR THOSE WHO ARE READING 'BLUR', WELL, I'M SORRY BUT I'M DISCONTINUING IT. WELL, FIRST, IT WASN'T REALLY MY IDEA, BUT MY COUSIN'S. SECOND, MY COUSIN'S VACATION (she's staying over our house) HERE IS FINALLY OVER AND I CAN NOW REST IN PEACE. SO, YEAH, WITHOUT HER, NOBODY CAN CONTINUE 'BLUR' (plus, the fact that I'm not even interested in it) AND FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN'T READ IT YET, WELL, DON'T BOTHER. I ADMIT. IT IS A BIT… CRAPPY. AND I CAN'T STAND WITH RINTO BEING THE BAD GUY! I LIKE HIM!(boy, my cousin's totally going to kill me when she reads this) SO, YEAH. NOW, ON WITH THE STORY!
DISCLAIMER: I DON'T OWN VOCALOID OR ANY OF THE CHARACTERS I'VE USED IN THIS STORY
It was raining hard that day. Everyone was all cozened up in their own little homes, watching TV, playing video games, anything that can entertain them during a very rainy day, all except for one girl. Kagami Rin, was a girl whose not-so-much of an outdoor person. She was considered as one of those 'outcast' people. Always alone somewhere in the corner, never did once people took a second glance. However, to Rin, it was normal for her, in fact, she didn't mind at all. She was content with what she has.
Wearing a gray jacket with sweater and blue jeans, Rin walked around the neighborhood, in the rain. The hood was causing to block her expression. She has passed a lot of people, children running to their houses to avoid catching a cold, a couple sharing an umbrella, and any other people. The girl continued to walk down the street, every once in a while stopping to kick her pebble.
Sighing, the girl looked up, revealing her dull blue eyes.
'Rain… you… totally match me. If only you're a human being, we would be twins'
The girl sighed at her thought, chuckling lightly. What a dumb thought. How could a rain be a human being? Nonetheless a twin?
The girl continued to walk, turning at the corner, leading to a tan colored house with beige roof. The house was pretty normal, good for four family members and only 2 stories high. The color made the house look dull and boring, especially with the rain, but to Rin, it was her only place to be herself. The girl's lips curved to a small smile at the sight.
Walking faster, the girl went up until she reached her destination. She was about to push open the gate until-
The girl froze in the middle of the rain, her hand barely touching the blue gate.
The girl looked to her side, there, beside the bushes, lay a tiny box. Rin went closer, lifting the lid up, her eyes widened at the sight.
A cat. Inside the tiny box, was a cute little cat. Rin carefully lifted the cat out of the box, the poor thing was shivering all over.
'Who would do such a thing…?'
Rin observed the cat for a bit. The cat was odd, it has yellow fur, no white patches or any other, just yellow. It was almost like its blonde. Its tail was short, too short for a cat, its fur on top of his head and ears were a bit longer and thicker, perhaps. But what mesmerized Rin the most was its eyes. Its eyes were blue, sure, some cat eyes are blue but this was a different set of blue eyes. It was almost like, it was human eyes. Rin stared at the poor cat. What should she do now? She can't, by all means, leave this poor little thing alone in the rain.
Smiling, Rin held the cat to her chest, removing her jacket, she wrapped it to the cat, she didn't care if she's going to get wet, after all, she was standing in front of her house already. The cat snuggled itself closer to Rin, purring for finally feeling something warm.
Holding the cat to her chest, Rin rushed to her house, kicking the door open, the warm atmosphere made the cat less tensed. Rin smiled, walking to the kitchen (of course, after she closed the door), Rin smelled dinner. Yum.
"I'm home, Rinto"
Rin went inside the kitchen, a boy with messy blonde hair, a few inches taller than Rin with the same blue sapphire-liked eyes, was cooking their so-called dinner.
"Oh, welco- What's that, Rin?!"
The boy, Rinto, asked, almost dropping the burger patty he was flipping. He expected Rin to come home with a little 'I'm home' then go back to her room as usual, only to come down for dinner and go back up again. But he never expected Rin to bring home a cat. It's not like he's afraid of cats, he's just not used to animals, that's all.
"It's a cat. I saw him outside our gate. The poor thing was shivering so I have to bring him in. Can I keep him?"
Rin looked up at the boy, with bright, pleading eyes. Hoping he would say 'yes'. The cat, in the other hand, stuck its head out of Rin's jacket, also looking up at Rinto.
Rinto looked at Rin, then the cat, then back at Rin. Sighing, he answered.
"Well, I don't know sis… I mean, we're both inexperienced and… we don't have that much money for its needs… and…" Rinto trailed off, switching off the stove as he began to rummage through the dish holder for two plates and settled them on top of the table, which is a few feet away from them.
"No! I mean, I'll take complete responsibility of it, you don't have to worry. And, I can read stuffs about cats, just let me keep him!" Rin pleaded, turning on her heels to face Rinto at the table, giving him the same pleading eyes.
Rinto sighed, defeated. He can't avoid his sister's pleading eyes. Grumbling, he answered
Rin practically jumped in joy, careful with the cat she's carrying. She went to her brother's side and gave him a one-arm hug with a quick peck on the cheek, before she scurried off to her room, giggling.
Back at the table, Rinto chuckled at his sister's behavior. Maybe letting her keep the cat can make her happy, than just sulking in her room, all day every day.
"She'll be happy with her new friend" and then went off to fixing dinner.
Rin dried the cat with her dryer, she has just taken a bath, wearing fresh new clothes, her hair slightly dripping wet. Once the cat was dry, she removed the towel underneath its paws and threw it somewhere at the corner of her room.
'I'll take care of that later… Now, for a name…'
Rin thought to herself. Smiling to herself, she crossed her arms over her chest with furrowed brows, thinking hard for a name for her pet. A few minutes later, she came up with nothing. Sighing, she felt some weight on her lap. Looking down, she saw the cat, sitting on her lap looking at her with concerned eyes, its head tilted to one side.
Rin's brow went up, surprised. A second later, she giggled, patting the cat's head.
"Yes, I'm fine!"
She scratched the cats head, then to its neck, every once in a while, the cat let out a slight purr of contentment, its face relaxed and out of tension free.
Rin's fingers felt something around the cat's neck.
Lifting the cat up, so she was cradling it like a newborn baby. She grazed the thing around its neck, pushing back some fur, Rin found out that it was a… collar. Rin read the golden letters out loud.
"EXP#6 : LEN"
Rin looked at the cat, its eyes were wide, like, it's embarrassed. If the fur wasn't there, a blush might be seen. Might.
Giggling, Rin watched the cat's expression.
"You're probably embarrassed of the way I hold, right?" Rin beamed. Then the cat did something extraordinary
Rin's giggles died down, then stared wide eyed at her pet. A cat… understands? Or, this cat can understand?
'No, that's impossible for a cat, right?'
"RIN! DINNER'S READY! GET YOUR LAZY BUTT DOWN HERE SO WE CAN EAT!"
Rin placed her cat on her bed, before rushing to her door.
"I'll get some milk for you, 'kay? Just wait" Rin said, closing the door.
Okay, that was weird, just because it nodded ONCE doesn't mean it CAN understand.
Either way, Rin will make sure for her to find out. Right after dinner for her little, slightly hungry stomach.
Okay, so… yeah. This is it. My OWN story this time. Hope you guys will like it. And again, DON'T READ 'BLUR' FOR IT IS EXTREMELY CRAPPY AND I HATE IT!