Kittens

by Matilde Quarti

What later became known as the “kitten invasion” started at night. At first, only a few people noticed it: they had the privilege to witness their materialisation and understand the danger it represented. Night-birds, drunkards, prostitutes, guardians, doctors, they immediately understood the situation. At the beginning, we – politicians especially – minimised. As we hadn’t witnessed the event and had just found them there when we woke up, we couldn’t imagine anything beyond the millenary human experience based on the causality principle. We didn’t have anything but their presence to fantasise about. Read More

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