Cosmic cat alien
There was a cat, and then there wasn't. The cat had been alive for almost 18 years, and it was the best cat that anyone had ever seen. It was a beautiful cat—its fur was soft and its eyes were bright.
But when the cat disappeared, it left behind just a tiny bit of fur on the floor. And when they looked up at the sky, they saw an alien ship fly away.
The aliens had come to earth because they had heard about this amazing cat that lived in this house on earth. They wanted to meet it! They thought it would be so cool to see what it looked like, but when they got there, they found that it was gone.
They were so disappointed! They knew all about cats from their planet where all the cats were blue with green eyes and purple hair—they couldn't believe that this one was so much more beautiful than theirs! They wanted to go back home and tell everyone about how amazing this cat was so everyone could come see it someday soon!
A cat and an alien were best friends. They hung out all the time, and they both loved to play.
But one day, the alien went away for a long time. The cat waited and waited for him, but he never came back.
The cat got sadder and sadder every day that passed by. He thought about his friend all the time and wished he could see him again.
One day, while he was sitting under the tree in their backyard, he saw something move in the bushes! It was his friend! He ran over to say hello, but when he got there it turned out it wasn't really his friend at all—it was just a reflection of himself in a puddle of water! The cat had been so focused on missing his friend that he didn't even realize what had happened.
The next morning as soon as the sun came up, there was a knock on the door of their house. When the cat opened it up there was a huge box waiting for him on the doorstep with a note attached: "I'm sorry I left without saying goodbye," it said. "I'll always remember our friendship."
When I was a little cat, I lived my life on Earth. I had a family and friends, and they were all just like me: cats.
But one day, when I was six years old, a strange thing happened: I went outside one morning and found a spaceship in my backyard. It was big enough to fit all of us cats inside—and so we decided to take it for a ride!
The spaceship took us on an incredible journey through space. We saw so many interesting things! We went to see the world's biggest mammal and its smallest insect. We saw planets made of water and planets made of fire. And best of all? We met aliens! Some were friendly like us cats (and some were not). But they all taught us something new about ourselves and each other—and what it means to be alive in this universe of ours.
When we got back home from our trip through space, everyone who knew us thought we were crazy—but only until they saw how much happier we were now that we'd learned how small our planet really is compared to the rest of the universe around us.
You know what I'm talking about. You've seen the ads. That cat, with the big eyes and the fluffy fur, and he's just sitting there… staring at you. And then the alien pops up out of nowhere in his spaceship, and they both stare at you some more.
You're not sure why they're staring, but it's pretty unnerving—especially when they start to change color. And then this weird music starts playing in the background: dum-dum-dum-dum-dum-dum-DUMMMM!
It goes on like that for a while—the aliens are changing colors and playing their weird music, and then all of a sudden… BAM! They're gone. Just like that. No explanation given.
And then one day you wake up after a long night of partying, and there's an alien sitting on your head! You try to scream, but only a small squeak comes out because the alien has gotten its tentacles around your throat (or maybe it's its tail?). You try to move them off of you—but no matter what you do or how hard you try, they won't budge! And then...
The first time I saw a cosmic cat alien, I was just a little baby.
It was the night before my birthday, and my parents had left me with a babysitter while they went out to celebrate. When they came home later that night, they found me sitting on the kitchen floor in the dark with my arms wrapped around a strange creature that looked like a cat with an alien face. The babysitter was nowhere to be seen.
My parents were horrified—they thought I must have been abused by this monster—but when they tried to take it away from me, it clung to me fiercely and made loud noises like an angry cat. It took four grown men to separate us.
After that incident, we did some research on cosmic cat aliens and realized that they're not as dangerous as people think them to be. They don't want to eat your brains or anything like that—they just want someone to play with! So if you ever see one of these guys wandering around your house, please don't be afraid: just give them some milk and let them stay for awhile!