Anonymous asked: “My cat keeps breaking into your apartment next to mine so I tied a
note to its collar to apologize and you write back so we keep exchanging cat
notes and you’re pretty funny” au!
Author’s note: I loved writing this SO much!
Dean’s own sneeze, was what startled
Dean Winchester awake. Awesome. The
first time in ages that he actually got to sleep in, and sure enough it was his
itchy nose that ensured that he was awake at the crack of dawn.
Now fully awake, he realized that his nose wasn’t the only thing itching. His
eyes were red and puffy, his throat sore.
again.” Dean grumbled as he slipped out of bed.
Like he’d already
suspected, a huge tabby cat was sitting on his window sill, half hidden behind
the curtains that were gently swaying in a mild breeze. She was greeting him
with the usual head tilt, green eyes staring up at him.
here had happened at least six times in the past couple of weeks; this giant
ball of fur breaking and entering. Without the breaking. But oh well. By now
Dean should’ve probably known better than to leave his window open, but the
weather was exceptionally hot and he’d craved some fresh air last night.
nothing more than to give this cat’s owner a piece of his mind, but it wasn’t
that simple; cats were true acrobats, and at least twenty people lived in Dean’s
about to give the cat his customary “shoo”, when he noticed the dark blue
collar that the little intruder was wearing. Upon taking a closer look, he saw
that there was a label, probably one of those address tags. Perfect.
eyed him curiously, but didn’t put up a fight when Dean’s fingers gently tugged
at the label to take a better look. To his surprise, an address was not all he
found. What he did get, was a note
that served as an apology.
‘Apologies if you happen to find Molly in
places she shouldn’t be, I’m having trouble containing her. Castiel Novak,