How to Tame a Cat (ManxMan)

How to Tame a Cat (ManxMan)

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Elite of Weird By EnticingElite Completed

- Canines are born of the pack -

'What the public doesn't know makes the world safer.' That is the saying of the supernatural underworld. Creatures of myth have walked alongside humanity for centuries. There have been a few bumps in the road, but their secrets still remain secret. While nothing is really done to keep order, it is common sense not to tell your human neighbor that you drink blood to survive or that you can turn furry whenever you please.

- Ursine live in solitary comfort -

Cade Wilson is a cat, in all senses of the word. He talks like a cat, he acts like a cat, and, whenever he pleases, he turns into a cat. And to a cat like him, the college environment isn't exactly pleasant, meaning he spends most of his time at home. It's his first year out of high school and he isn't having a whole lot of fun. But when he tries to change it up a little by 'socializing', his life becomes complicated. And he doesn't like complicated. 

- Felines exist for the hunt -

[Book 1]

trixie_graham trixie_graham Dec 09, 2016
You know for the longest time when I was reading this I thought he was LITERALLY a house cat and I kept snickering about this guy who turned into a kitten 😂
LoveEqualityAboveAll LoveEqualityAboveAll Nov 07, 2016
I don't know if this is quite the response you're going for, but he's honestly adorable
trixie_graham trixie_graham Dec 09, 2016
GAAAAAAAAH HOW DO PEOPLE NATURALLY LOOK LIKE THIS I LOOK LIKE A DROWNED RAT ON A DAILY BASIS
trixie_graham trixie_graham Dec 09, 2016
Pffffffft dude I have finals in a week and I'm still not studying 😂
trixie_graham trixie_graham Dec 09, 2016
My teacher made an eight point writing assignment fifty points and didn't tell us... I put zero effort into it. I am also royally screwed 😂
trixie_graham trixie_graham Dec 09, 2016
That's actually true, the part about humans. Many experiments have been proven to show that people choose partners partially based off the compatibility of their scent 😂 thx biology textbook I really needed to know that instead of cellular respiration apparently