Last chapter of the Cultracy saw Jacques buying his wife a plot of land to be her very own cat sanctuary, the two spent their money frivolously, Jacques acquired his new (and proper) lifetime wish of having a bottomless nectar cellar, and Montez’s daughter Collen became a school age girl. Our beloved Karla passed into the next world and we all have to deal with it best we can. After the funeral Karla was buried on the newly created ‘founder’s hill’ in the Cultric cemetery.
We start our chapter checking on Vinny. I can’t help but worry about him.
Poor man is notwell, notthat I expect him to be. He spends a long time watching T.V quietly…just feet from his bed. His wife’s bed. I wish could talk to him about it but he is left to deal with it on his own.
Elsewhere in the house more sadness is ensuing, though its nothing on the loss of our founder. With the cat park not drawing in any new furry friends for Betta’s lifetime wish, we are left with but one option; we have to breed our friends. Which means we have to put our current babies up for adoption to make room for more.
Will you still be able to watch over them?
I’ve told you Betta; I watch over my chosen family. That’s all. I can take quick looks around but it is you and your family that my eye rests upon. I’m sorry.
Betta: “I’m sorry baby…I’m sure they went to great homes.”
I don’t know why he was in the hot tub in the snow…but Vin can’t seem to catch a break because the tub decides to break and Vin will probably catch a cold.
Clearly the most eloquent sentence ever written.
Also when hot tubs break the water turns green I guess?
I am going to need another painter for portraits because I don’t want some of the kittens and not others. Its so weird to see the terrible level one style paintings again. It’s been a while.
I let him paint until the picture is almost done then scrap it and start again because the painting career has been done and I can’t sell them. Its just way easier than deleting the object.