22 January 2012

Six Sentence Sunday 1/22



Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeelcome back!

This has been a busy week, and I'm anxious to read my fellow Sixers' snippets. You should be too. You can check them out here.

This week, I'm skipping ahead and going to Dima's first experience with lab-mandated baths to prepare for her first public display in San Francisco.

They want to make sure I can't move. Without struggling, I followed.
The woman holding the plastic collar replaced mine with it while the woman with the tazer held it so close, tiny shocks rose the fur on my arms and stomach. None of them looked threatening by any means; they were all slender with long limbs, doe-like eyes, and blank expressions. Probably easy to take down, but not much of a meal.
Oh wow, I need help.

Thanks for spending some time with Dima and me today. Don't forget to visit my fellow Sixers! 

10 comments:

Jessica Subject said...

You show her reaction to her new form well. I wonder how she'll adjust, especially being put on display. Great six! :)

Lisa Fox said...

I love how she assess the situation!

Dee Carney said...

Uh oh. This sounds dire!

gemma parkes said...

Great imagery!

Sarah Grimm said...

I really like this six! Especially how you show her assessing the situation.

Corinne Davies said...

Gret six!

J.C. Martin said...

Love the voice in this! Great six!

Alix Cameron said...

Awesome!

Wendy said...

The voice is wonderful. I love that she considers their value as food and decides they're not worth it. :)

LisaAnn said...

Very intriguing! I love what's unsaid here as well. Well done!

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