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“Open your eyes…” It wheezed, “I said, open your eyes!” it was then when my eyes had slit open, wincing I got up.
I looked all over and saw animals. Whining, unblinking. They must have been awake for days.
I looked at my paws, chained to the floor, my back covered in cords connected to a strange glowing box. The box had a line that spiked up and moved, like a mountain-top. It had a skeleton on it that seemed like it would fit me.
I glanced down at the floor. It was nasty. Dirt splattered everywhere, concrete and tile, and looking closely I even spotted blood.
I turned my attention towards my right, and there lay two carcasses of dead animals that looked like me. Exactly like me.
I didn’t want to look. But I did. Why? Why did I look down to find the carcasses of my dead mother and father below me?
The ‘It’ walked over towards me, speaking a language I did not understand. It looked at my father and mother and barked in a deep voice, “Failed me. Bad dogs.” at least that’s what I caught. It slammed it’s hairless paws onto the hard, cold metal surface I was standing on. “I will not have another experiment fail again!” it snarled and gestured a paw towards me, “You are my one ticket out of here pup.” it then picked up a sharp object with liquid in a tube behind it. It took the chains of of my paws, “Let’s see how this turns out.” It held me down and stuck the thing into my neck. The liquid left the tube. The thing was sharp, like a pine needle.
A feeling coursed through my body. Strange it was. It startled me, like I was a squirrel spooked by a dog. If only now I could chase a squirrel.
I was so startled I ran, knocking over another pine-needle tipped tube, which fell straight onto the Its neck. The It scowled as it yanked it out. And it happened.
The It grew larger, hair sprouting from its body, a large mane growing and spiking down its neck. The Its face was changing into what looked like the face of a mighty beast, a large cat. Jagged teeth grew from its small herbivore-like ones. The It let out a mighty roar. And I knew, that The It was a lion. Not just any lion, one that stood on two legs, and could speak the Its words. The It spoke, “WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO ME, MUTT?!”
The It was looking at its paws, turned to a beast’s with open eyes. What the It did not know was it was a beast before now. The It tried to grab me but I scrambled away, out of the door, and I was gone.