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Topics: Cats, Vampires

Sunday, 16 November 2008

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Ginger The Vampire Cat

Springfield PA-- A vampire cat has been discovered living in a Philadelphia suburb. The species is new to science and is given the Latin name of Felix vampirus. The vampire cat's name is Ginger and she is owned by a Mr. Fish.

"Ginger was very strange from the time she was born." said Mr. Fish. "Her teeth were incredibly sharp when I first got her last year, especially her fangs. She couldn't stand the sun and hid under the bed until nightfall."

Mr. Fish said Ginger's eating habits were bizarre and he began to suspect vampirism six months ago.

"Ginger has never eaten anything as far as I know. When she was a kitten she would bite me and lick up the blood. I never minded since it was just a few drops. Now, she drinks about a pint of my blood a day. I don't mind. I am her slave." said the pale Mr. Fish.

The cat's vampirism isn't transmitted to humans--yet. But that's only because none of Ginger's human victims have died. Scientists are concerned the vampirism could spread.

Mr. Fish says Ginger is very popular with everyone in Springfield and has dozens of human slaves that wait for her each sunset.

"I know Ginger bites all my neighbors, I've seen the bite marks on their wrists and necks. I can't wait to die and become a vampire too. Then Ginger and I can go hunting every night for blood!" said the very strange Mr. Fish.

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