Visla The Cat, A Story By Ahmad Ali Karim

One rainy day, a man named Karim went out of his house wearing his raincoat. He ran to his car and drove to a nearby supermarket. On the way, he saw a wet, peach coloured little kitten crouching down in the middle of the road. He stopped his car by the roadside and went out to save the frightened little kitten before it was hit by a car.

He then took the kitten home. He dried the kitten and gave it some milk. After it had stopped raining, Karim let the kitten go home to it’s family. Anyway the next day, the kitten went back to Karim’s house. Karim’s children played with the cute kitten and named it Jaharta. Jaharta became their pet and they loved it very, very much.

Years later, Karim’s kids were already teenagers and the eldest was off to the university. Jaharta had kids, Kalok, Visla, Untah and Nathuz. Kalok loved to go inside the house, Visla liked to stay outside, Untah explored the neighbourhood a lot and Nathuz would explore inside Karim’s house whenever it had the chance.

One fine day, Karim moved to another house. All of the cats but Visla did not want to get inside the car with Karim’s family. So, only Visla moved to Karim’s new house. Visla loved Karim’s new home but a lot of the cats in the neighbourhood did not like Visla around. Anyway there are a few that became friends with Visla.

So the two groups of cats always fought whenever they met. Karim’s son, Ahmad always went out to stop the fights and chased the other cats away from their backyard.

To be continued…

Please click here for Visla The Cat, A Story By Ahmad Ali Karim (Part 2)

Author: Ahmad Ali Karim

Blogger. Official Ambassador at Muafakat Pendidikan Johor (MPJ). Columnist at Utusan Malaysia. Secretary at Pertubuhan Permuafakatan Pendidikan Malaysia (ME'DIDIK).

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