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The Desires of One’s Heart Can be Fatal, But in an Exotic Way  

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The Desires of One’s Heart Can be Fatal, But in an Exotic Way
By Scott Wilson
Word Count: 100

“One more stitch, then you’ll be all fixed, Catalina,” said Garsein.

“I can’t wait,” said the hybrid woman-tiger. “My husband has always wanted me to be more exotic, more feline.”

The striped fur of three prized tigers, shipped from Africa through the black market replaced the patient’s skin in a four-hour operation. Long, razor-sharp canine fangs replaced her human ones two weeks back. Bone grafts took with her claws a month ago.

“Wait, what are you doing?” cried the surgeon.

Catalina licked her lips and picked a chunk of flesh from her teeth with her new claw.

She purred contently.

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