Today, me and some of my friends decided to have a slumber party since we haven't met each other for a long time. The slumber party was held at my friend Aisha's home, who owned my cats before. Because there was nobody at home at my place, I brought my cats with me, thinking: "Well, they can have a little reunion with everyone in Aisha's home too. And Simba (one of my cats) will meet his mother Pebbles again!"
Aisha was very happy and excited with the idea. When I finally arrived at her house, my cat suddenly got fired up, I could tell that he was happy and excited. He started playing around Aisha's house happily with everyone. But when his mom appeared, both of the cats froze and looked into each other's eyes. Then they were meow-ing as if they talked to each other. Suddenly they got closer and cuddled together. Just in a minute, they were playing together. Me and my friends who watched that scene, couldn't help but to feel so touched. People say: "Time changes everyone," which is true, as when Simba met his mom again, he grew bigger and Pebbles got pregnant with more kittens. What I see from that moment is that even though they both changed and have different lives now, time still held their love for each other. Because that's what matters: love.
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