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We have all been there. You jumped into a situation without thinking it all the way through and find yourself asking, “What Do I Do Now?”
No reader will be shocked to discover that Typhoon lives life with the “Pounce First” philosophy while rarely thinking of the consequences of his actions. Typhoon prefers to live life at full speed and setbacks dealt with only once they have arisen.
When Typhoon spotted Cheoah sleeping peacefully on the deck, he really had no choice but to jump and grab her. But, he expected her to jump up and wrestle, giving him the advantage of momentum. Instead, she just eyed him carefully and bided her time. Hence, our little furry friend was left with a problem. If he releases her, she pounces without any hesitation. If he holds her, he tires and she conserves her strength. Release and defend. Or hold and tire. Thus, the choice looms.
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