'This is SO boring.' Thought Michaela, her paw ready to swipe up a fish.
After a few more minutes a silver fish swam by. She swiped her paw in the water, hooking the fish, and threw it to the ground. She pinned it down, making sure it didn't fall back into the water. It soon stopped wiggling.
"It took awhile, but I've finally done it!" She congratulated herself. "Now to just eat it-"
She heard flaps of wings and turned to see a pelican diving behind her. She jumped out of the way as the pelican swooped and took her fish.
"Hey!" She cried, as the pelican landed. "I caught that! It's mine!"
The pelican looked at her and swallowed the fish. "Thanks for the meal, foxy."
She poofed up and hissed. The pelican just gave her a quizzical look.
"Your going to pay for that!" She cried, running towards the pelican.
The pelican opened his huge beak in front of her. She tried stopping herself, but it was too late. Her head got stuck in the pelican's beak.
He lifted up his beak and let her slide her whole body in his pouch. He could feel the squirms inside, it was starting to get annoying.
"Will you stop that?" He asked, opening his mouth to talk but not to let her escape.
"Not until you let me out, fish breathe!" She cried, pounding and kicking. She started slipping and accidently hitting the walls when he shook his head.
He waddled over to the stream and let some water enter the pouch, covering her making her slick.
'Now I can swallow this annoying brat.' He thought, closing off any more water.
He started swallowing, feeling her head enter his throat. The water gave a little bit of a pushing against her, helping her go down faster. He lifted his head, her tail the last body part not in his throat.
He rubbed the bulge in his neck as it slowly entered his stomach.
She plopped down, making a splash in the acids. She pounded and walls and screamed, hoping somebody would hear her.
He sat down, his outstretched belly gurgling with pleasure.
"How do you like being my lunch, little fox?" He asked the squirming belly. "Don't worry, maybe I will let you out
But we'll see. I might just keep you as my never ending snack."
He got up and shook himself, his belly's weight making his shakes feel heavy. He decided he wouldn't fly, and floated down the river.