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by Noyoki
Rated: E · Fiction · Children's · #2164648
Two kindergartener's argue about the true color of kittens.
Submission for The Dialogue 500

Prompt: A Dialogue between a little boy and girl in Kindergarten.

Word Count: 173

“Cats aren’t blue ya know.”

“How do you know?”

“Cuz I’ve never seen a blue cat before. And I’ve seen lots of cats! Whole bunches of cats. We went to the pound this summer and I got an orange kitten. Her name is Gin, and she has white paws. Some of the kittens were black, and brown, and striped and spotchy, but not blue.”

“Humph, just cuz you’ve never seen a blue cat doesn’t mean they aren’t true.”

“They’re not!”

“Are too, my brother had a blue cat.”

“No, he didn’t!”

“Did too.”

“You aren’t uposed to lie.”

“Not lying.”

“Well, where’d he gets a blue cat then?”

“Dunno, just came home with a blue cat one day. Named him Sky.”


“He did! Mama even said she’d never seen a cat like that before, but after a while he turned white.”

“See, he wasn’t really blue.”

“Sure he was, he just didn’t stay that way. Anyway, I can color my cat whatever I want.”

“Still, cats aren’t blue.”

“Are too.”

“Are not!”
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