What animal killed my cat
On the way to the police station, I ran into the “hole” between the car’s trunk and the car’s backseat. I crawled through and squeezed myself into the middle of the storage area. I felt like a POW in a boxcar. I was far from protected.
In the police station, I was surrounded by police. They paced around me, trying to look intimidating. But the only person who looked intimidating was me. And that was only because I was so scared.
I was arrested in the back of a police car. The handcuffs were tight and the car was dirty. I was fingerprinted and photographed.
I was then transported by police van to a parking lot. My father was there. He looked exhausted. He was pale and his eyes were red. He hugged me, but I was too scared to hug him back.
I was then led into a small room. I saw a policewoman sitting behind a desk. She was the same woman that I had seen earlier that day. She was scowling at me.
She said, “I’ll be speaking with you now.”
I said to her, “I don’t think I did anything wrong. What did I do?”
She said, “You didn’t do anything wrong. What you did was stupid. You knew that you shouldn’t have gone out into the woods.”
I said to her, “I think you’re wrong. I think I did something wrong.”
She said, “Do you know who did it?”
I said to her, “I don’t know who killed my cat. But I know it wasn’t me.”
She said, “Do you remember what happened?”
I told her, “I don’t know. I think I woke up and there was a person standing over me. I think it was a woman.”
She said to me, “Do you remember anything else?”
I said to her, “I think I was yelling and screaming.”
She said, “Why were you yelling and screaming?”
I said to her, “I don’t know. I just woke up and I was yelling and screaming.”
She said to me, “So you don’t know who did it?”
I said to her, “I don’t know who did it.”
She said to me, “You know that you’ve been missing for almost a month, right? Do you know that?”
I said to her, “I don’t know. I’m sorry. I don’t remember.”
She said, “You’re going to have to remember.”
I said, “I don’t know.”
She said to me, “You’re going to have to remember.”
Then she said, “Do you remember anything else?”
I said, “I think I’m in a boxcar.”
She said, “You’re in a boxcar.”
I said, “I’m in a boxcar. I’m in a boxcar.”
When I was in the boxcar, I could see a light. I could see a light. I could see a light.
I could see a light. I could see a light. I could see a light.
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