Mr. Kitty's thoughts after Cartman leaves him in the attic in Major Boobage.
Note: I do not own South Park or any of its characters. Spoilers for and based off of Major Boobage, but with mention/spoilers of events in other episodes. Quotations in italics. This is dedicated to my own Mr. Kitties, Snuggles, Ranger, and Reggie.
"Mr. Kitty you have to live in the attic for now. Here, write a diary." The boy says, placing a small book on the floor between them. Then, he gets up and leaves, despite Mr. Kitty's meowing protests.
Part of him feels abandoned but he knows it's for his own good. Not too long ago, Mr. Kitty had heard the nice boy telling someone that he'd had his cat "put to sleep". Mr. Kitty isn't in the least tired, so why would the boy lie? Unless those were bad men... Going to the window, Mr Kitty sees two men breaking the door down across the street. A moment later, they emerge, carrying a terrified cat. Looking down the street, Mr. Kitty sees similar scenes occurring at neighboring houses. Not able, to take anymore, he hops down from the window, and curls up on a dirty mattress.
The nice boy is back again, Mr. Kitty thinks with a mental sigh. Just the other day, the bad boy had been there, tying him up and shoving a strange male cat in his face. Now the nice boy's here, saving Mr. Kitty from some mysterious fate. 'Who will come back? The nice boy or the bad boy?' Mr. Kitty wonders. If only he could be sure.