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xx The Life of a Pet
« Thread started on: Mar 19th, 2016, 2:41pm »

In a wealthy South California suburb, there lived Mr. and Mrs. Reyes, an extraordinarily rich but quiet couple of Asian descent. They had an extensive estate, including a state-of-the art private zoo in the center of their enormous home. Mrs. Reyes didn't consider it a zoo as much as a collection rare and expensive pets. One of these pets was a gigantic python with light grey-silver colored scales and dark tiger-like stripes.

The Reyes couple purchased the snake right after its hatching for $60,000 from a breeder who said he had discovered the egg himself on a treacherous mis-adventure in the Philippines' Sierra Madre mountain range. Mrs. Reyes named the snake Okolo and told the story proudly when she brought rich guests through her private pet collection.

Okolo was obviously a unique serpent, but nobody yet knew just how unique. As he grew surrounded by humans, Okolo had picked up on their language, and practiced it in secret. And now that he was almost full-grown, Okolo was discovering that he could manipulate the rodents he was fed in mysterious ways.

As Okolo listened to the story of his origins through the thick glass of his elaborate and spacious room for the Nth time and tried to ignore Mrs. Reyes' visitors' staring, Okolo knew that he didn't belong here. But his cage was inescapable, he'd examined it over and over. Okolo sighed and tried to sleep through another unbearably boring afternoon.
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« Reply #1 on: Mar 19th, 2016, 6:06pm »

Here she had been. Hired by the wealthy Reyes family as part of her training of being a caretaker. This hadnít been something that she had expected to achieve; for all this time that she awaited a response, the young student found herself doubting that she would get the job in the first place. Olivia listened to the missís drone on about how she had obtained Okolo. The young brunette looked on with her dreary chocolate-hued eyes, purple underneath them as she felt a tad tired from all the studying in her class. So many concepts of manipulation of the mind; so little time to properly study them before the test. It had been an endless cycle; thank god it had been her last semester.

ĎI really wish this lady would just be quiet about this Okolo for one minute,í Olivia thought to herself, her hands nervously wringing themselves as she tried her best to ease her anxiety. Her thoughts raced towards many scenarios of what-ifs, ranging from being incapable of taking care of the animals they had to getting off on the wrong foot. There had just been so many ideas that popped into her head that made her feel uneasy.

Once these visitors had been gone, that was when she would truly begin her job. For now, this had been mandatory to find out where everything had been. Why they invited guests had been beyond her, probably for more publicity than anything. If she remembered right, the missís mentioned that this had been the last exhibit they were going to show in this tour of theirs. Oh how Olivia hoped that that had been true.
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« Reply #2 on: Mar 19th, 2016, 7:37pm »

Okolo rolled his long body over lazily. It took a long time to shift all the coils, which were spread out and draped between two midsize trees in his lavish enclosure. He didn't need a clock to know what time it was. The highly intelligent snake could tell by where the light was coming through the skylights that it was almost time for a routine check of his cage.

He wasn't fed every day, usually just once a week, but every day someone came to clean the glass, check the temperature, humidity, and the plants. He swung the tip of his tail back and forth just above the ground and closed his eyes and practiced hissing a few words, his new favorite activity, as he waited for the familiar sound of a door unlocking.
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« Reply #3 on: Mar 19th, 2016, 9:23pm »

As the missís kept rambling on, eventually Oliviaís own gaze had been set upon Okolo. He had supposedly been the pride and joy of this entire exhibit, particularly with how much that the woman had spoke about him with such a fondness. Her words glowed with nothing but praise about Okolo, from the fact that he had cost a small fortune to merely obtain him to how he had grown so fine over the years. There had been something about him that enticed her, and she also knew that she would be the one to clean his cage on a regular basis. Along with that came many other chances to interact with him, something that she honestly looked forward to.

Ever since she had been young, snakes had been her favorite kind of animal, despite the fact that her parents were deathly afraid of them. When she had went to her friendís house long ago, they had a corn snake named Luna. Oh how Olivia loved handling Luna, from the smoothness of the under-scales to the fact that they sucked the warmth from her arms. Even when it wound around her arm, its muscles rippling as it gripped her tightly, Olivia found herself wishing to have a snake for herself. Oh if only she didnít live with her parents; once she moved out, she would be sure to get one herself!

However, now had not been the time to think of such things. She noticed that in her zoning out, the missís had dismissed the rest of group. With her remaining, Olivia had wanted to ask what she wanted the missís to have her do, the woman merely gave a nod and walked off. A sigh escaped her, relieved that she didnít have to speak to the older Asian woman. There had been something about her that gave Olivia the chills down her spine, as if something was off about the way she behaved.

Stepping forward, Olivia let off a yawn, exhausted from only sleeping four hours last night. She looked at the glass door that led into the exhibit, and made a weak smile. Here it was, her first job as a caretaker. It wasnít much, but it would still be an opening into her dream job of studying animals.
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« Reply #4 on: Mar 20th, 2016, 12:55pm »

They were late. They were never late. Okolo opened his eyes and craned his neck to see the entrance to the enclosure. Through the glass, he saw a young woman standing, just looking back at him. Curious, the snake thought to himself. His daily visitor until now had been an unpleasant, gruff man who obviously despised the snake and whom Okolo had completely ignored. In fact, he had dreamed of eating him once or twice out of pure spite.

But it did look as if she held a key to his cage. This was interesting. Okolo decided to move closer to the door. Maybe he could muscle his way out when she opened it. As if I would get far, he reminded himself. He had tried that before, and it was always a fruitless effort. The zoo section was entirely closed off from the outside world. Maybe his prior escape attempts were a reason that his old caretaker disliked him. Well, at least he could get a better look. He slid over to the branch closest to the door, but as he lowered his head, a coil slipped and tumbled out of the tree. His front half landed with an ungraceful "oomf" a few feet from the doorway.
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« Reply #5 on: Mar 20th, 2016, 2:27pm »

Noticing Okolo coming forth to greet her, Olivia had been unaware at the time of his certain abilities that he had honed. The only detail, aside from his life in captivity, that she had known about had been that the snake is fed live prey. He refused to eat frozen and unthawed rodents like normal snakes, instead prompting to use his strength to incapacitate them. Although the owner never said that they struggled at all, only that they were fed.

Shaking her head, Olivia unlocked the door and stepped inside, a calm look glazing over her face. ďHi there. Okolo is it?Ē she said, having a habit of speaking to the animals in order to try to calm herself. The moderately-sized girl, only standing at a mere 5í4Ē, had found herself frightened at first until she managed to observe their behavior and react to it accordingly. She had entered an unknown area, someplace that she had no idea what would happen. Now, nothing could be relied on with books; this had been experience that she had only dreamed of having.
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« Reply #6 on: Mar 21st, 2016, 06:31am »

By the time Okolo shook off his fall, the girl had already stepped inside and let the door swng shut behind her. He saw her pocket the key, but that didn't matter. It was too small and he didn't have the dexterity to grip it properly. So he turned his attention to the girl. She had a tag on her chest with human markings -- presumably her name, but Okolo had never learned to read. He liked the way she spoke to him. Nobody had done that before ... they'd only spoken at him or about him. But there was no way he was going to speak to her. That was his secret.

Okolo was a predator by instinct, and although he knew that eating this girl would be a monumental mistake (he had seen what had happened to a tiger across the hall who had bitten a caretaker) he still wanted to show this visitor that this was his domain. He slithered all the way behind her and around again, raising himself until he was eye level, then stared right into her big brown eyes with his own dark ones.

Okolo had heard people say that snakes could sense fear, but he could sense so much more than that. Eyes were windows to the mind. It was true that in his prey's eyes he mostly saw only fear, but this girl was different. The deeper he looked into her eyes, the more he could see. She had complicated emotions and desires. She was a little nervous, but also excited ... he sensed that she was curious about him. Then there was tiredness, the poor girl was so sleepy. Without thinking, Okolo began to look into her eyes the same way he did with his prey. He was mentally trying to break down the barriers in her brain ~~ convince her inner self with his mind that there was no need to fear, that it was okay to be curious, and okay to doze off just a little ... even on the job.
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« Reply #7 on: Mar 23rd, 2016, 4:40pm »

Olivia muttered a few things under her breath as she tried to remember what exactly the tasks were that the missís requested of her. ďAlright, so clean the grass and exhibit, wipe down Okolo so his scales are nice and shiny, andÖ Oh, what was it?Ē Snapping her fingers, it hadnít been long until Olivia came to the realization that Okolo raised his head to hers, their eyes at the precise level. Her mind already hazy from the lack of sleep, she failed to notice the way he stared into her own eyes. Something about it seemed enticing, almost telling to her to relax, unwind from the stress and anxious nature of her busy life.

Her eyes had already begun to flutter, a blank look settling onto her face from the action that Okolo had taken. Whatever he had been doing, she felt as if it shouldnít end. The mere thought of it ending prematurely only served to strengthen her resolve to keep this mere sensation going.
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« Reply #8 on: Mar 28th, 2016, 09:38am »

The snake's original intent had been to intimidate this new girl for a moment -- a way of marking his territory. But now something different was happening. The tinge of fear and nervousness that he had seen in her eyes a moment before was fading away. The little muscles around her eyes twitched a little, then relaxed every so slightly as she looked right back into his dark eyes. Okolo almost didn't understand what was going on, but then it occurred to him that this was exactly what he did instinctively to his prey to quiet them. He had never thought it might work on a more intelligent creature.

The snake moved his head to try to get a little deeper look into her big eyes; into her mind, to see how far this little experiment might go. Without thinking, he hissed the word "yesss~" very softly to himself as he focused on soothing the girl from the inside out. But then Okolo's sensitive scales felt the small vibrations of footsteps. Grudgingly, he blinked his eyes twice and pulled away from the girl, slithering back toward the nearest tree. Pulling away, he inadvertently yanked the coil behind his new caretaker right under her feet, tripping her. Looking back and smirking slightly, he noticed Mrs. Reyes walking down the hallway.
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« Reply #9 on: Jul 25th, 2016, 09:53am »

Olivia's sensations had begun to make her even more relaxed in such a precise manner, it seemed to be the best that she had felt in quite a while. School had been taking a toll on her and she had always meant to find a place to relax. Little did she know that this would be the very spot that she would wind up having such a thing in her possession. How peculiar it had been, to say the least!

When the snake darted out of sight, at first she had been dazed, but the coil around her leg hadn't let go of her during his flight. She fell onto her back, knocking her head against the faux jungle floor that the exhibit had. Olivia's head bounced very slightly, almost a minute difference, but it had been enough for her to break out of the trance that Okolo had begun to induce upon her.

Taking a moment to recuperate her senses, Olivia blinked and saw the shadow of the miss's walking past the exhibit, presumably to see that no one else from the group had been lounging about in their manor. She gulped, knowing that she had been officially hired by them to tend to their animals, but at the same time feeling guilt as if she had done something that she shouldn't have been. But it wasn't her fault, truly?

Sitting upright after she walked past, she rubbed her head and made a small cough. She thanked her lucky stars that nothing else seemed to happen to her. Her memory from just a moment ago felt hazy, as if something had been interjecting in her mind. How peculiar indeed.
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