Monday, April 30, 2018

Z: Zootopia!


Long after the last guests of the night had left, Alok stood outside his room with bated breath. While he was glad that his twenty-one pets – a motley combination of cats, dogs, rabbits, parrots, hamsters, snakes and fish had attended his wedding, it was his beautiful bride Nisha’s entry that had taken his breath away. And now she was in there waiting for him. As he parted the curtain of flowers expecting to see a coy Nisha, Rocket - his labrador bounded off his bed and took off true to its name. Behind him, his friends erupted into boisterous laughter.

Lots of individuals love animals. Some as pets, some as care-givers. Zoophilia however, refers to the extreme obsession and paraphilic attraction that certain individuals feel with animals. History has some very infamous references to Zoophilia and bestiality.

Pic Credit: I Freaking Love Animals
This post is written as part of a 100 word microfiction series for the A2Z Blogging Challenge.
Read other posts in the A2Z 2018 Blogging Challenge here.
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And that brings us to the end of the 2018 challenge! I hope you enjoyed reading these as much as I loved writing them! Whether you read 1, 26 or any other number of them, thank you for stopping by! A special thanks to those who liked, commented, fed back reviews/edits. And of course, a big shout out to those special ones who have been encouraging me throughout! I owe you!

4 comments:

  1. I hope the wife didnt get the shock of her life :D
    Yes, some people truly love animals. My boys are madly love dogs and they are actually dog-magnets. Whichever dog they see, they have to pet or play with him/her and then they just wouldnt leave them :D

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    1. Ha ha ha, hopefully the wife knows about his whole love of animals! Else she's going to be in for a rude shock! Must be fun and sometimes exasperating to pull them away from the dogs :D Especially if you have to get to somewhere!

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  2. Where has Nisha gone yielding space for Rocket? You hv churned out a nice story with minimum words at the strange habit of surrounding oneself with many pets.My grandfather had at his village home dogs,monkeys, peacock, deers, parrots and ponies for his rekhla!

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    1. For all we know, Nisha could be the mastermind behind the prank! :) Thanks KP! The village home must be quite an interesting place to go to every once in a while! And I can imagine the excitement as kids!

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