Big City Cat [INVITE] Feb 23, 2020 18:13:14 GMT -6
Post by Whisker on Feb 23, 2020 18:13:14 GMT -6
Whisker's PL: 18,000
"Whoooooah! It's so... big! I've never seen so many people in one place!" The tiny and excitable feline voice of Whisker sprang throughout the small ship as he pressed his face against the glass to get a better look. Wiping away the fog he created through his heavy breathing, Whisker vibrated in his seat as though he was about to take off on a rocket ship, not out of nervousness, but excitement. Before he would meet back up with his new boss, Freige, to start training and be assigned to his new post, whisker was sent to spend time in a place packed with people in order to 'get used to lots of people' being around. Apparently Freige had some strange errands he had to run, so Whisker was sent off with one of Freige's crewman to guide him as he toured the city. Flurry wasn't very talkative, but he was pretty friendly. Despite his engorged size and red skin, he seemed like a nice guy since every time Whisker would ask a question in amazement, he would just smile and nod.
"C-can we go down now? I wanna see it up close!" His excitement was certainly palpable, and just as quickly as the ship made land, Whisker launched himself out of the door with a speed that could only be described as a blur to onlookers. On the ground, he was jumping around and climbing on anything he could see, whether it was benches, streetlamps, or Flurry. Once he finally calmed down, he straightened his cape and walked around for a while with flurry at his back to keep an eye on him. Looking up at the huge buildings of various size and shape, Whisker couldn't help but feel dwarfed further than normal. He wasn't the largest cat, but it didn't dissuade him from wanting to challenge these monstrous buildings by climbing them.
After asking Flurry if he could, he quickly shook his head and pointed over to what seemed like a large field with various contraptions in it. Much of it looked to be made of metal and wood, and there were strange structures with small plastic seats held up by chains hanging from some of the metal poles. Another quick glance around revealed a rather large slide that went in a circle. Whisker had certainly seen one of these before! In newspapers or magazines that floated ashore, Whisker had seen many interesting things that peaked his interest in what was labeled as an 'amusement park'. Whilst this was certainly no amusement park, it certainly had his eyes glowing with stars as he rushed off to try out everything he could. He knew today would be a great day, and maybe he would even get to meet new people!