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Grasping at Shadows

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Keywords lion 34159, m/f 33385, tiger 32123, demon 28854, fantasy 19214
Grasping at Shadows

A continuing story of Monsters

THUD. THUD. THUD.

"Alright, alright. Keep your pants on." An elderly woman's voice rang out as a large red tiger waited patiently after knocking on the door of an apartment. The faded paint was peeling at the edges as the owner of the place fumbled with several deadlocks and opened the door enough to peer out.

An old white lioness looked over the man standing at her door through the thick lenses of he glasses and huffed in annoyance.

"Should've known it was you." The woman scowled. "Nearly breaking my door down with your banging. What do you want?"

"I am here to see your granddaughter Missus Neilson." And when the old feline frowned at him the tiger held out a crayon decorated envelope he receive earlier. "I...have an invitation."

Narrowing her eyes to look closer at the offered item the lioness's eyes softened and she half smiled.

"Awwwwwwww she drew little flowers and a butterfly." The woman then scowled at the man as she began to unlatch several security chains securing the door. "And it's "Ms" Neilson young man, I would think you would remember that by now."

"I apologize Ms Neilson." Te big feline said and as the door opened he held out a bunch of flowers.

"For me?" The eldery woman asked looking skeptical for a moment the focused on the offering. Her features and demeanor changed from harsh and annoyed to somber and melancholic. "Are those daisies?"

She carefully reached to take them in her delicate paws as happy tears filled her eyes.

"They are just like the ones my late husband Derek first gave me." The woman smiled as good memories came flooding back to her, all while the red feline stood in the hallway looking a little uncomfortable.

"Well don't just stand there blocking the way, come inside." Ms Neilson snapped as she half remembered the man but still looked with fondness at his gift. "And no funny stuff like you always do Mister. Decent people live here you know."

"Yes Ma'am." The tiger sighed inwardly as he followed the much smaller lioness into the apartment. He noticed the woman wearing a light blue robe as she always did when he came here and the walls were decorated with old pictures and memories of another time. He also noticed the aroma of pancakes in the air.

"Who is it Granma?" The tiger heard a familiar voice call out from the room both he and the lioness now approached.

"It's your deadbeat friend Kayla." The woman replied pausing outside the room before opening the door.

"I am not a deadbeat." The tiger grumbled as he squeezed past the defiant looking old lady.  

"Yeah, of course you're not." She made the motion that she had her eyes on him before turning to move towards the kitchen and grumbling loudly. "Why don't we have these meetings at his place again? Oh that's right he doesn't have a home."

With a long drawn out sigh the man entered what only could be described as an adorable childs room, with light pink wallpaper a fluffy bed and a multitude of toys strewn about the place. In the middle of the room a plastic table sat with a toy tea set laid out on it's surface. Kayla, a white lioness dressed in a pretty frilly dress was over by the window tugging the curtains half closed.

"...and what sort of dumb-assed name is "No-one" any way? Get a job I say, become someone and make something out of himself..."

"Sorry about Granma there, she is still upset after your last visit." Kayla gave the man a big smile. "Claimed she was cleaning the carpet for a week."

"Why do you call her that?" The No-one asked stepping over several toys before looking unsure as to how to sit at the table before just lowering himself to the floor.

"Told you before. It helps with our bond. She is happy and so I am." The girl tilted her head a little. "By the way it was nice of you to bring flowers."

"We both know it was more for your benefit." The tiger shifted a little to get comfortable.

"So long as she is happy." The young feline spoke softly with a smile.

There was a long pause that was broken when the elderly lioness returned carrying a stack of pancakes and several plates.

"Thank you Granma." Kayla beamed and hugged the woman before setting the pancakes onto the table. For a moment Ms Neilson looked at the tiger sitting on the floor, noticing his head down and eyes closed but said nothing before leaving the room again.

The girl set about putting several pancakes onto a plate and took them over to leave them sitting outside the walk-in closet located on the darkened wall away from the half covered window.

"You said the balance was shifting." A deep voice rumbled softly. "How is it you know?"
"The Light was gracious enough to send me a vision." The girl beamed as she pretended to pour from a small plastic teapot. "In the vision it showed the shadows fighting and the darkness overflowing and becoming unstable."
There was a slight pause.

"...But?"

"But I couldn't make out anyone for certain." Kayla sighed but keep her posture as she sipped from her empty cup.

"Typical. But then when has it ever been easy?" The tiger asked. "What do you intend to do?"

"I'm doing it right now." The lioness looked over to the closet. "I'm telling you, after all the Dark is your area of expertise and in effect, your problem."

The No-one scoffed. "How many times must I tell you I am nobody's enforcer?"

"And yet who has it been always in the middle of trouble when it happens?" Kayla countered. There was a long  silence as the tiger couldn't find an arguement against her words. Suddenly a soft tink sounded out and the young lion smiled and stood up from her chair to walk over to where she left the plate earlier. It sat now devoid of pancakes.

"Alright, I will look around. See if anything is amiss." The man grumbled. "But do me a favor?"

Kayla paused and looked towards him with a curious expression.

"Do you have to look like that?"

The girl looked herself over. "What is wrong with this pray tell?"

At his position at the table the tigers eyes opened and he looked up. "I feel awkward talking to someone who reminds me of a brat." He grumbled. "And besides, I am sure your Granma would appreciate someone who helped out around here."

Kayla laughed at him and set down the empty plate onto the table.

"You know what, you're absolutely right." She said with a smile before closing her eyes and breathing in slowly.

As she inhaled her body began to change in size. Growing upward and outward as her young girlish form became one of a female in her late teens. Her silver white hair extending down past her shoulders and along her back and turning a light blue color. Instead of the cheeky young cub a beautiful teenage lion now stood before the red tiger.

"Do you prefer this then?"

The No-one's mouth hung open as his eyes took in the sight before him. Though the girl had changed shape and size her clothes remained the same. The frilly dress, now several sizes too small, covered half the girls new form and her cute striped panties were now stretched as they clung to her hips.

"I'm keeping my mouth shut in future." He muttered and rose from the floor. Taking one more look at the lioness before shaking his head and turning to leave.

Kayla grinned as she watched him go. "I'll take that as a "yes" then." And as she began to clean up something came to mind.

"Granma." The teen called out. "We need to go shopping for clothes."

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"Kitty ears." A pink paw ran over a pair of cute fluffy ears. "Check."

"Cute anime school outfit." A quick brush down of her clothing saw the pink cat nod approvingly. "Check."

Marking off a list on her clipboard Passion took a deep breath and looked at the sign on the door she stood before.

"Summoning Room 1B" It said and the girl smiled brightly.

"Time to go to work." She breathed and opened the door to reveal a pentacle etched on both the floor and ceiling. Quickly Passion closed the door and set aside the clipboard before taking up a position in the middle. As she did the lines began to glow.

"Ritual of summoning has commenced." The kitty heard from a speaker in the corner of the room. "Good luck."

Passion bit her lip in excitement as she felt arcane enery build up around her. Despite the many time she had gone through this experience it always sent a thrill through her, being summoned to the mortal world. Passion was a demon, a succubus to be accurate, one who fulfills the desires of those who summon her in return for some small measure of their soul, or in this case, souls.

A burst of bright light signaled a connection had been made and with a gleeful cry of "Nyah!", Passion was launched upward through a swirl of multi-colored patterns to appear within a carefully drawn out pentacle situated in a dark room where several figures in robes stood spread out.

"Oh wow it worked!" She heard one voice exclaim as she made cute kitty noises and adopted an anime kitty pose. Nerds always seem to go wild for that and this time was no different as the demon could sense the lust filling the air.

"Told you it would." Another said with confidence, obviously the leader of these young men. "Worked so well they sent two of them."

Passion paused at hearing that. She wasn't told of another demon being requested for this job. It was then the succubus felt someone behind her within the pentacle as well. Slowly looking over her shoulder the kitty felt her heart leap into her mouth.

A large, lithe tigress loomed over the demon. The stranger clad in a crop top and long black trousers, her fur was almost a blood red and her stripes were midnight black. Long white hair fell down over her shoulders and golden eyes glowed menacingly over an evil grin.

"Wh-who are you?" Passion squeaked and stepped back only to feel the invisible wall of magic energy at her back preventing her from leaving the pentacle.

The wet sound of something being peeled came as a second mouth on the tigress's stomach opened to show a row of sharp teeth.

"Don't fear the reaper." The taller feline said as the group of summoners realized something was wrong. The smell of fear mixed with lust as Passion was shoved back hard, breaking the mystical circle, the release of magical energy exploding around her, and as she succumbed to darkness the demon's ears were filled with screams of terror.

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Characters (C) Jaffah, story (C) Jaffah 2016
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by Jaffah
The Darkness hides many a dangerous thing while the Light can blind us to many more. Who can you trust?

Characters © Jaffah, Story © Jaffah 2016

Keywords
lion 34,159, m/f 33,385, tiger 32,123, demon 28,854, fantasy 19,214
Details
Type: Writing - Document
Published: 6 years ago
Rating: Mature

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