Simon and Anabell

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Children Stories  |  House: Booksie Classic
Simon the old man and Anabell the cat are best friends, who had both previously lost their best friend's before they met.

Submitted: December 01, 2015

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Simon is a very happy old man who lives in an old people's home. 

Simon is often visited by his best friend named Annabel, a very beatiful cat who loves to sleep long hours and relax throughout the day, just like Simon. 

Simon met Annabel after he lost his best friend of many years, her name was Katherine. She and Simon spent every waking moment together, they were very happy. They had been best friends for fifty years, and Simon was very sad when she was no longer with him. 

Annabel had just recently lost her previous owner, who she was also friends with for a very long time, before she met Simon. 
The two best friends rarely interacted with other people before losing their best friends, so they were both very shy before meeting one another. 

Each week the old people's home was visited by the people from the animal shelter, these people were very kind as they brought cats and dogs to play with the old people. The people running the old people's home and the people from the animal shelter both agreed Annabel and Simon would be wonderful company for one another, as they had both previously lost their best friend's. 

Simon and Annabel instantly became best friends. She visits him each week and the two of them cuddle up on Simon's rocking chair, looking at the pretty view outside. 

Neither Simon nor Annabel were lonely anymore. They now had a best friend who they could love and relate to, and they were both very happy. 

 


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