Rocky The Extraterrestrial Cat

Rocky used all of his extraterrestrial and intellectual powers of concentration and was able to transform himself into a muscular human male wearing a dark brown suit. Rocky was not sure if he could hold this form for very long, so he had to get his tasks done quickly. Now the only problem was money. That was, however, soon solved. Inside the abandoned building he found a bag of cash. Rocky thought that the money might be stolen, but he needed it, so he did not care.

With the bag of money in hand, he was able to hail a taxi parked on a road near the field. This taxi took Rocky to a car and truck dealership, where he rented a truck. In this truck he drove to the businesses that would have what he needed.

Luckily, Rocky found the scientific equipment and tools he needed to repair his spaceship. He also found an intergalactic navigation map to use in charting his return voyage. After completing his purchases, he returned the rented truck and took a taxi back to his spaceship.

Back at the spaceship he was overcome with joy at a most pleasant surprise. A group of tiger cats from Xenia had arrived to take him home. His friends had discovered his whereabouts on earth from a very weak signal given out by his broken spaceship. These tiger cats had built a new spaceship and flown down to earth to find him.

Before getting into the spaceship, Rocky transformed himself from a human being to a tabby cat and then to his normal form as a tiger cat. The new spaceship took off to Xenia with Rocky and his friends, leaving the old spaceship behind.

Rocky and his friends laughed and surmised that when it was eventually found the earth humans would be kept busy for some time trying to figure out what it was and where it came from. As they neared Xenia, Rocky said to his friends, “There should be quite a demand for me as a speaker to talk about my experiences. I plan to write articles and books about them. I’m sure a movie will also be made.”


Rocky The Extraterrestrial Cat

Deborah Eker has a degree in library science and is an avid reader. She has also worked as a newspaper reporter and has had numerous articles published. She has had poems and stories published in Canadian Stories and in a variety of other magazines and anthologies.
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