Hey, guys!! Celina here – do you remember our very first Mini Doll Monday post? The time I visted the forbidden Stuffed Animal Kingdom and fell in love with a little kitten named Meow Meow, and how she wouldn’t be my pet but promised to come visit?
Well today, she DID visit! Can you believe it?! I was so happy to see her again!
Oh my goodness, would you look at that adorable little kitten face?
I was giggling so loud and having so much fun that I didn’t notice Molly-Anne walk in behind me.
It was then I admitted my sneaky journey to the forbidden Stuffed Animal Kingdom. Molly-Anne’s luminous eyes went big. “Wow, what an adventure!” She gushed, envy hinting in her voice. “I wish I had been the one to make a secret journey early in the morning to the Stuffed Animal Kingdom!”
We had such fun! Meow Meow’s visit was incredible, and I thought she would stay longer.
That’s why I was surprised when she announced her leave. It was the first time she had spoken since her visit here, and Molly-Anne’s jaw dropped when she heard her speak! But then again, she should have expected it. Dolls can talk, so why not stuffed animals?
“I must go now,” Meow Meow mewed quietly. “I cannot stay a moment longer, I really can’t. If they find out I am gone, it will not be good tidings for me. I’m not really supposed to leave!”
“I must,” She sighed. “But I promise I will visit again soon – your birthday is March 9, yes? I will be here for your party. I love you, Celina! I must leave now, goodbye!”
“I love you too,” she mewed softly.
I sat heavily on Jessa’s bed and stared off into space. I was in a fuzzy haze. My throat felt tight – I loved that kitten, I truly did. Didn’t she love me, too? Why wouldn’t she just let me have her for a pet? Why did she feel that her place was with the Stuffed Animal Kingdom?
Molly-Anne sat down next to me and wrapped her arm around me. “Don’t worry,” she whispered. “Meow Meow will come and visit again right on time for your birthday! And you know what? You can always make more secret journeys to visit her.”
I looked at her and forced a smile. Molly-Anne was a good friend.
“Thanks,” I murmured, letting my head rest on her shoulder.
But could I really wait that long to see my beloved kitten?
You’ll have to wait and see on my birthday party!