I remember the day I was adopted.
It was long ago, in July 2008. My owner, Samantha, gave me my name: Lilly. Samantha was a young girl, around 13. She checked up on me every day after school. For Christmas, she gave me some Pocky. It looked like she had an endless supply because every time I gobbled one up, she would pull out another one out of a box! We loved each other, and we were happy.
However, over time, Samantha got older. Soon, she went into high school and was buried by the amount of homework she got. She visited me less and less often. Then, one day, she adopted another pet to keep me company. His name was Polar, probably because his fur was as white as a polar bear. We became siblings, but it wasn't enough. I missed Samantha, and our cuddles and how she told me about her day. Once, she never visited for two long months.
Many years later, she came back with a basket. She placed me and Polar in it. Why was she doing this? Where were we going? I started to shake. Samantha looked at us with a sad face.
"I'm sorry, Lilly and Polar, but I have to send you to the pound." The pound? I've never heard of it. We walked inside. It didn't look too bad. At least, the lobby. Samantha walked over to us. "I'll never forget either of you. I'm sorry I have to do this, but goodbye." Then she kissed both of our foreheads and walked out the door.
This update is a lovely piece of fanfiction, written by -TruBlue! We're extremely glad that Lilly found her forever home! The full fanfiction can be read when you click on "read more!"
This poetry update is brought to us by Bugdaze! Many thanks, to both Bugdaze and the amazing people who run the adoption centres!
Always thank the ones who run an adoption center,
nerf this wrote this wonderful poem for us! No matter where these pets lie on the rarity lists, we love them just the same!
"I live in the shadow of the Lolita,"
Today we have a poem by katiegab! What is your daily CS routine?
Every single day I turn on my Kindle.
This catchy poem about Halloween on CS was written by Marerose678 (#718642). Who else is having fun trying to get treats from Totoro?
Totoro Totoro such a great talker talks all the time and cant stop talking Totoro Totoro cant stop trick or treating tricks all the time and cant stop treating Totoro Totoro thats the end youre story is cuting here ill give you a trick and youll dance and dance on the rainbow of halloween all of the bats your friends and Tess will love you for such halloween such happy and fun the best halloween.
Guess what's here? HALLOWEEN! Everyone on CS is busy collecting treats for Totoro, and some of our awesome writers have submitted some Halloween fanfiction and poetry! Here is a fun poem by pokemon-critters (#788742) about the spook-tastic holiday.
Here is our last submission for today, a fanfiction story called The Pound by Sandstorm814 (#806395). Even though life can seem hopeless sometimes, there is always a happy ending waiting for you. It's a great story - read it by clicking the Read More link below!
This fun piece was written by Nicette (#813913). Who else can relate to this? I sure can! I check to see what pets have grown every single day. Great submission, thanks Nicette!
Let's get some pound fanfiction up in here! This story was submitted by eveadelekitty (#756559) about this pet that they adopted from the pound. Did you know that pet was created by one of the Fanart Archivists? Thanks for the submission, and what a lovely dress up!
Hey all! It's time for another writing update. We haven't posted any in a while because we are completely out of writing submissions. If you have any fanfiction, poetry, or songs you have written about the site that you would like to share with CS, please feel free to submit them by clicking the Submit button at the top of the page.
That said, here is one of our last three submissions we have stored. This is a poem by Sakura Kuromi (#30932) and is about a specific staff member's litter dog not growing earlier this year. This is just like some of the staff litter dogs right now :P Awesome work, Sakura Kuromi!
Let it grow, Let it grow