Tomorrow I will die, but I would like to unburden my soul.
The main character is talking about how he came to his execution day. He says that is is a series of events that spiraled out of control.
This cat seems to resemble Pluto. But it couldn't be?
The main character stumbles home drunk and gets into a fight with his cat. He grabs a knife and slashes the beast throat and rips the eye from its sockets, but not before the fearsome animal slashed his face.
The main character later had enough of the beastly cat and hung it from the tree in the yard. Later that night he wakes up to his house a blaze and made a near escape.
Isn't this the best build wall y'all have ever seen?
One day, while coming home, he spots a cat sitting on a barrel, resembling my last cat Pluto. I sought to have a new companion in my life and took the cat home. It made itself right at home and acted like he had mysteriously been here before.
He found that he was resenting the cat and it was taking a liking to his wife more than him, so he was ready to get rid of the cat in cold murder. He grabbed an axe and was swinging it back when his wife steps in front of him. He swings the axe with no remorse and strikes her in the head, killing her within moments.
The main character was showing off his handy work on the wall to the inspectors when there is a cry the behind the wall. It was the cat, still alive, but bareley talking. Its voice grew louder as time went on and the main character knew that his shenanigans were over.