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Amy's Birthday fic, part two of Chapter one. - basched
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Amy's Birthday fic, part two of Chapter one.

Title: Kitty (part two)
Characters/Pairings: Casey, Chuck, Sarah
Rating: It should be fine. No worries.
Summary: Casey makes a new friend.
Author's Note: This is for    [info]raevon0206  . Happy birthday lass. I will say that future chapters is very likely to contain some Jellie.  Just to let you know.



 

There were no parents.

 

                After informing Big Mike and trying to off load the girl on some of the female members of staff (Bunny was not a good choice, she made the girl cry) he was lumbered with her. He stayed in the staff break room with her, growling at others as they laughed when the girl chased him around the tables. The call of “Kitty” was clearly hilarious to them, but they made no effort to help him or interfere.

 

                The police were notified but it was hours before they eventually came and when they did, they weren’t the “real” police.

 

                Casey was backed up against the wall, squirming to keep the little girl from hugging and touching him, when at last the door opened. Casey knew instantly that they weren’t normal police.

 

                “Colonel.”

 

                The little girl looked at them and before Casey could get a hold of her, she ran behind him, wrapping her arms around his leg and murmuring a whine that indicated she didn’t like them at all. Just like she did with everyone else.  

 

                “We’ve been ordered to take the girl.” said one of the officers, bending down into a crouching position. She smiled and held her hand out towards the toddler, but the girl was having none of it. Her face smooched against Casey’s legs and whined.

 

                “Can I ask why you have been sent to collect the kid?” he asked, curiously. The two other agents looked at each other and then shook their heads.

 

                “We’re not at liberty to say, sir.” the woman announced. “We’ve only been told to pick the child up and take her to her mother.”

 

                “And her mother is?”

 

                “Someone important and whose identity needs to remain secret for the time being. If you doubt our intentions sir, here’s our confirmation number. You can be assured this is real.”

 

                Casey did so. He took the card number from the second agent and used his mobile to confirm their identities and the code they gave him. When he was given the affirmative, telling him that this was something very serious, he nodded.

 

                “Acknowledged. I’ll let you have custody of the kid.”

 

                The little girl was important somehow. She was either the daughter of a dangerous criminal or the daughter of someone high up in the Government or Agency.

 

                “Kitty!” Unlike the other times she had uttered this endearment, there was the sound of sadness and fear, her grasp on him was strong for a three year old and the attempts to unlatch her from him was met with screams and flaying kicks. “NAAAAAAAA!”

 

                Three fully trained NSA agents were unable to get the child to stop crying. Eventually the girl was unlatched from Casey’s calf and taken away. He could breathe, just for a moment and to help relieve his discomfort, Casey approached the drinks machine and gave it a sharp thump. He never needed money because even drinks machines were afraid of him.

 

                The can of soda dropped down and Casey crouched to retrieve it. Seconds later he was sitting back in the chair sipping the cool refreshing drink and feeling the stress and worries of the little girl ebbing away.

 

How had Kathleen managed to bring up Alex on her own?      

               

Regrets of not being there for Kathleen at the birth of their daughter pulled sharply and painfully at his chest. The regrets of not being there for either of them stirred up angry frustrations and so the empty soda can crumpled into virtually nothing in his hand.     

 

He didn’t care that when he lobbed it across the room, it impacted with the thick skull of Jeff as he came walking in the room. It rebounded off his forehead and the wall and dropped into the recycling bin.

 

Jeff didn’t even realize that he had a mark on his forehead from the can and so instead he looked blankly at nothing before tilting his head up at the ceiling. Jeff then proceeded to look everywhere except in Casey’s direction, trying and failing, to determine where the projectile had come from. When it became obvious that Jeff wasn’t going to figure it out, he then ambled over to the drinks machine and began fishing about in his pockets for some money.

 

Moron.

 

Casey looked at the clock on the wall and a satisfied sigh emanated from his lungs and mouth when at last his shift had come to an end. He could finally go home, relax and spend the evening with Ellie and her wonderful cooking. 

 

Though, unbeknown to him, a stowaway slipped into his Crown Vic and went back to Echo Park with him.

 

 

Tbc….


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From: cedelede Date: May 9th, 2011 08:25 pm (UTC) (Link)
Okay Casey spending time with a kid is a grand and hilarious concept. The fact that she's calling him Kitty is just as giggle-worthy as it was in Monsters, Inc.
basched From: basched Date: May 10th, 2011 03:44 pm (UTC) (Link)

I know!!! Aint' it just?!

Thanks muchly Cede! hopefully I will get round to doing some more soon! :)
kuryakingirl From: kuryakingirl Date: May 9th, 2011 10:03 pm (UTC) (Link)
I am still madly in love with this story!

I love that the vending machines were afraid of him (as they should be).

Poor Kitty! Poor Boo!

Cannot wait to see where this goes, my friend. Cannot wait!

~K
basched From: basched Date: May 10th, 2011 03:35 am (UTC) (Link)

Vending machines are afraid of Casey! OMG another plot bunny idea just came into my head! LOL Thanks lass!

There will be a lot of similarities to the film. Of course Boo has to shout out "Chuck Bartowski!" XD

I shall hope to keep on top of this! XD

Thanks for reading and letting me know what you think!
From: raevon0206 Date: May 10th, 2011 10:47 am (UTC) (Link)
I'd cry to if someone tried to pull me out of Casey's arms! :-)

Love it! More please? xoxoxoxo

basched From: basched Date: May 10th, 2011 03:49 pm (UTC) (Link)

I know! Hi pitched wailing, tears and snot streaming down your face! Noooooo don't take us away from Casey! LOL


I hope to do some more for this fic as well. But then I have so many others! you keep bugging me though, right?! :)
night_lotus From: night_lotus Date: May 10th, 2011 09:36 pm (UTC) (Link)
A stowaway??? *Claps hands in delight.*

I can't wait to see where this is headed and enjoy all of the hilarity that I'm sure is about to ensue.

I have a feeling that Ellie will give Casey some wonderful parenting tips. :-)

I look forward to reading more of this most delightful tale. :-)

~NL
basched From: basched Date: May 11th, 2011 03:47 pm (UTC) (Link)

Thanks so much! I'm thrilled and so happy that you like! I'm going to be writing more and definately enjoy doing so!

Thank you!
sunshineali From: sunshineali Date: May 11th, 2011 02:57 am (UTC) (Link)
Wheee, this is off to a great start. Poor little kid, I wonder who she is? Can't wait to read more. :)
basched From: basched Date: May 11th, 2011 03:48 pm (UTC) (Link)

I have a plan! I've actually worked it all out before hand! which isn't something I do often! lol

Glad you liked and want more. I will have to write some more very soon!
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