-"Thank you", I repeated.
He was blushing.
He seemed like a very sweet guy. He was wearing round, thick glasses and had messy, blonde hair.
Kind of reminded me of myself at school...
-"Alright! Kitty's safe with mama!", he said, laughing like a silly boy.
I laughed too.
-"Thank you, again. Bye!", I said.
-"Bye! By the way, I'm Stuart!", he said.
-"I'm Jade!", I said, before closing the door. He was creeping me out a bit.
-"Bye! see you around!", he said, waving his hand. I could still see him through the almost-closed door.
-"Same!", I said, fully closing the door now.
-"Hi little kitty cat!", I squealed.
-"Who was that?", Harry said, coming towards me.
-"It was the kind-of neighbour! Look!", I said, showing him the cat.
-"Pheeewwww!!!", he said, acting as if he wiped sweat drops away from his forehead.
-"...Harry? Were you crying?", I asked him.
-"Does it show?", he asked.
-"You're too cute!", I said, kissing him.
-"I just felt really bad", he said.
-"I felt terrible too", I said.
-"Let me see that little fluffy cat!", he said, gently grabbing it away from me.
-"Hi kitty", he said.
-"I wonder where it came from... It must be somebody's", I said.
-"We should hang pictures of it around the park so its family can find it", Harry said.
-"Yes", I said.
We took a picture of the kitty and printed announcements.
PLEASE CALL TO xxxxxxxx IF YOU ARE THE OWNER.
-"That will do", I said.
We printed out 15 announcements.
-"I'll go hang them in the park with Poopey. You'll hang them around the bulding with the kitty okay, in case the owner recognizes it there", Harry said.
-"Alright!", I said.
We devided the announcements; I had seven and Harry had eight.
We walked out and started our job. I first of all hung one for each of the elevators (there were two).
Then I went to the main salloon (or whatever you call it) on the first floor of the building and hung two.
I hung some in the hallways and then I went to the stairs, and put the rest.
I hated the stairs! They had those lights that you switched on and turned off after some minutes. So you didn't know when the light would turn off.
-"OH SHIT", I cried, when the light actually turned off.
I was tightly holding the fluffy kitty while touching the wall, trying to find the switch.
Then the light turned on.
-"Are you okay?", someone asked.
-"AH! Please don't kill me!", I screamed, closing my eyes shut and hugging the cat. I almost pooped my pants...