(Annett’s point of view)
I followed them both out of the park, to June’s house, and finally to Sky’s house. I had to repress the urge to beat her whenever Sky got even remotely close to June. And I was tempted to call in and report Sky’s car stolen. But June wouldn't like that so I didn't. I drove to Sky’s house ahead of them and parked a few blocks away. I picked the lock on Sky’s bedroom window and crawled in locking it behind me. I slipped into the closet and left the door open a little so I could see what was happening. Then I waited. When June and that girl came upstairs they settled into a routine they seemed to have done many time before. After they changed into pajamas they got comfy in a nest of blankets and pillows on the floor and put a giant bowl of popcorn between them. After they watched an annoying amount of movies June fell asleep on Sky’s shoulder around the fifth one. Sky simply turned the TV off, moved the popcorn out of the way, and curled around June on the floor. I waited about two hours to make sure they were both asleep. I slipped out of the closet and grabbed everything June brought over. I walked to my car and set it all in the backseat. I pulled my car into the driveway and left the key in the ignition as I snuck back in. I grabbed a pen and paper from Sky’s desk and scribbled a note. It said “Mine.” I laid it next to Sky and carefully picked June up. Careful not to wake her. She started to wake up but on instinct she smelled my jacket. She went back to sleep. I smiled. My kitten must have recognized my sent. I carried her out to my car and settled her into the passenger seat. I turned the car on and drove to my place.