This week in Six Sentence Sunday, 14-year-old George is found by the members of Violet’s household. Sunny, however, has run off to cause more trouble.
George lay on the floor, breathing shallowly as blood ran down his face, with deep claw marks on the left side of his face. Sunny meanwhile was nowhere to be found.
“Look what that damn primate did this time!” Violet yelled at Ainsworth. “Yeah, your nephew ain’t that tall, assertive, or masculine, but he does have a handsome face that might be ruined!”
“Who cares how attractive you think he is!” Rose yelled. “George could’ve been killed regardless!”
This week in Six Sentence Sunday, Cinni’s 14-year-old grandson George is on his way to get some snacks for his cousins. What he’s not expecting is to find Sunny out of his cage.
On his way to the largest kitchen downstairs, George passed Sunny’s upturned empty cage. His food and water dishes and toys were strewn all over the room, and the big tree trunk he had for climbing was lying in a corner. His bedding had been tossed in a heap by the staircase near the cage.
When George went into the kitchen and headed for the middle fridge, Sunny leapt from the chandelier and ran for him. An even bigger crowd than before came running at the sound of George’s loud screams and cries for help as he tried to pry the monkey off his chest. Violet led the pack of people trying to come to the rescue, and stood back in terror at the sight that greeted everyone.