Colors ch.3 Colors Chapter Three Molly looked upward at the sky. It had been a day since they started following this weirdo wolf for no apparent reason, and they were following it at a good distance. Timothy was chasing a butterfly around. He’s such an idiot, she thought amusedly, rolling her eyes with a smile. Even though Tim could come off as an ass sometimes, he was still one of the best friends she could ever hope to find.She wasn’t exactly sure why they were even following this wolf. There wasn’t really any logical reason, but she had to admit, there was something compelling about it. Maybe it would lead them to endless treasure, or a big mystery that needed solving.Or maybe it’d lead them to death. She supposed she’d just have to wait and see.She’d miss her family while she was gone, and she was sure they’d miss her too. She would especially miss litt
Colors ch.2Colors Chapter Two Timothy trotted excitedly up to Molly’s front door after he’d left his hat somewhere safe, while Franklin waited by the side of the house. He’d better not try to run off, he thought, as he scratched at the door. Soon, Molly’s owner opened the door, and his white furred friend bounced out.“Hey, Timmy!” she said, smiling at him. “What’s up?”“Molly, you’ll never believe it.” He said, jumping off of the front steps and walking around the house to where Franklin still sat.When she saw who was there, Molly broke into a huge grin. “FRANKIE!!” she ran over and butted heads with him. “I can’t believe you finally came!!” Franklin smiled shyly. Though he in no way wanted to be there, once he saw how happy it had made his friends, he couldn’t go back now.“It’s nice to see you, Molly.
Colors ch.1Colors Chapter One Timothy blinked open his bicolored eyes; the right bright green, the left bright red. He stood up from his fluffy pink bed his humans had gotten him, and yawned while stretching, and then shook out his orange stripey fur. He decided he’d walk into the living room. Ben, the male human, was usually watching entertaining TV shows at this time.“ARE YOU LITERALLY SERIOUS?!” he heard Ben yell at the screen, “He’s not the one!”“I know!” Timothy replied, though the human couldn’t understand him, and made himself comfortable on the arm of Ben’s chair.Why the hell are these called soap operas? Tim wondered. He often asked himself this question; when Ben’s wife Hillary had first called them ‘soap operas’ Timothy had expected some dumb kids show about singing soap bars.But nnnope. It was the best show ever.Dominique had just go