“Kittens” by Dean Koontz tells the story of a young girl named Marnie. The story begins with Marnie tossing stones in a pool and thinking about this year’s litter of kittens. Marnie has a cat named Pinkie, who also had kittens the year before. Marnie’s father tells her God took them with him to heaven. Marnie believes her father, since he works in the church and teaches Sunday school. She also wonders why, when they are so many kittens in the world, God decided to take hers.

We learn that Marnie has not thought of the kittens for a long time, since she started school last autumn, and was kept busy until Christmas. Her mother also gave birth to twins in March. Marnie finds out that Pinkie will have kittens again; she is excited and prepares a box for the cat. When Pinkie has six ...

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