Taur virus 5Part 5Taur virus 5 by *MaLAgua
The loud day-end buzz of the school bell was a pain to my ears, but as any student I did get to enjoy the sound of afterschool freedom. "Alright class, I'll see you next week, have a nice weekend," said Miss Hawthorne, putting down the chalk and brushing the white dust off her fur. I knew how troublesome it could be after the second day where she asked me to go up to the blackboard to solve a math exercise.
I began packing my books as the rest of the students headed towards the exit. Some sharing their plans, others were just rushing to the exit. I would have followed hadn't the teacher called my name. "And Marcus, just wait a bit, I'll give it to you in a minute," said Miss Hawthorn as she put her stuff away in her backpack.
It's been three days since I've turned into a taur and things have been going ok. I was taking it easy, day by day. I was glad I had my friends to help me deal with it. Paul and Trish were pa
Taur virus 4Taur Virus 4Taur virus 4 by *MaLAgua
"That was close," I muttered exiting the taur-only bathroom. It was for a single person's use, installed about four years ago. It was nice and spacey, and it has to be, because I practically wrestled to get the shorts off my extended rear so I wouldn't have an accident. I almost tripped with the toilet, and I did fell against the wall a couple of times. But luckily the situation was managed and I exited the bathroom, just in time to grab some lunch. Passing my backpack over my shoulder I headed to the cafeteria, still getting used to the glances I earned from companions that knew of my parents dealings.
I didn't want to try and deal with people I knew. It was just to add insult to injury, as there were a few that would act sympathetic towards me. One of them was my friend Trish and probably my friend Paul, who, despite her constant taur state gets to stay in contact with her and other infected. I