Cloud Kitten.

Cloud Kitten.
Once upon a time there was a Sky Maiden. She lived high up in the sky and she had a job. She was looking after the clouds.
It wasn't easy because there were so many clouds. Some were very large and looked like warm cosy blankets. They liked to spread across the sky and take a lot of space. Others look like gigantic muchrooms one day and large cotton balls on other days. They seemed to be harmless but turned out to be really dangerous if disturbed . They were thunderous and cried easily. 
There were also thin clouds made from ice crystals.  They were beautiful, wispy and feathery. They were a little bit snobby and very demanding. They didn't like to talk with the others and Sky Maiden have to climb very high up just to count them. It is very cold up in the sky and Sky Maiden was afraid what she's going to have a frost bite one of these days. 
Sky Maiden spent her days and nights looking after the clouds. New clouds were appearing all the time and they needed lots of attention. 
There was a cloud that Sky Maiden liked the most. It didn't look like the others. It was small, fluffy and funny. It was her favorite. When Sky Maiden was going to visit high icy clouds the little cloud used to lay on her shoulders, like a warm fluffy scarf. When she was tired, it used to purr and stroke her hands gently with its paws. When she was sad, it used to jump and dance around until she smiled. She called it Cloud Kitten.
But there was another side of Cloud Kitten. It was stubborn and proud and disobidient sometimes. Cloud Kitten liked to do only what it wanted not what it was told. One day Cloud Kitten was so annoyed with Sky Maiden telling him off for jumping on the backs of other clouds and startling them. It run away. Cloud Kitten run, and run, and run and eventually it fell from the sky. Cloud Kitten was fine, not harmed at all. But the trouble was he stopped being a cloud. That's why he can't get back were he belongs. And now he lives here, with me, as a blue and white cat, waiting for Sky Maiden to take him home.  
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