Edgar Allen Poe storyboard "The Black Cat"
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Ever since he was young, he was always fond of animals. His favorite animal that he had, though, was always his cat Pluto. When he got married, he kept Pluto, and Pluto adored him, always following him around.
I began drinking, and to that I got addicted. I began getting angrier and angrier, over the littlest of things. The cat began to annoy me, following me around all the time, and I couldn't keep my annoyance in any longer. I struck the cats eye with my knife. He cried for a second, but then felt no pain afterwards.
I began feeling sorry for what I had done, and he must have at least felt SOME pain, so beside the fact that it was hideous, I hung it in the garden I the back of my house.
That night, after I went to bed, I was awakened the sound and feeling of fire around me. Me and wife wife escaped, but just barely. After that, once we moved out, I went back to scavenge out whatever didn't completely burn, and I one wall covered in ash, with one spot completely clean, and it was the shape of the cat that night, hanging just outside my house.
I went where I spent most of my time; the bar. I was drunk, as usual, and saw a cat. It reminded me of Pluto, and the way I killed him. I wanted the new cat that reminded me so much of Pluto. but I didn't have to do much. I walked out, and it followed me. I noticed that she had a white spot, the shape of a noose.
I was walking down the the basement, when the cat went under my feet and tripped me. I nearly fell, and I just knew the cat was out to get me.I grabbed an axe, and just as I was about to kill the cat, my wife stopped me. This angered me and I struck her head with the axe. I immediately knew I had to hide her, and I placed her in the fire place, behind bricks. the police later came to see if she was there, and they found nothing. I told them that my house was we'll build, and tapped where the corpse was. the cat immediately screamed, and the police took out all the bricks ad found my wife, with the cat on her head, covered with blood.
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