My Exploding Cat

Just stories and drawings really, no actual fissile felines.

Chapter 3

When Brian went back to school, he expected the kids to stare at him like he had two heads. But nobody seemed to notice the baseball-sized orb that followed him everywhere. If you asked anybody there, nothing was up except Brian was acting a little crazy, seeing things and such. People were a little weirded out by the fact that he claimed to have the orb from the video game floating over his shoulder. Brian decided it would be better to let them think that it was only in the game. It was a sunny day, and since the class idiot in math was absent, the teacher thought that everyone was on their best behavior and let them run around outside in the extra time. Brian scrambled up a tree, and looked out the branches.
“Hey, guys, look how high up- Yaaaah!” Brian started, but he leaned out too far and started to fall out of the tree. Suddenly, the orb flashed bright red and Brian was a bird. More surprised than hurt by falling out of the tree,    Brian examined himself. He was scraped up a bit, but otherwise ok. Then Brian tried to tell his orb to turn him human, but it refused.
“No!” it said. “I won’t turn you back! I need you to go somewhere. Besides, if you help me, you don’t have to deal with that idiot teacher you have next. You can cut the rest of the school day!”
The orb knew Brian a little too well. He readily agreed.

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