Nekotalia!PrussiaxReader It felt like the entire world was on fire around you. A burning inferno surrounded you with no chance of escape. As it backed you into a corner, you felt as though all chances of survive had gone.
Smoke enveloped you, making it near impossible to breath. Above you, the floorboards groaned pitifully, sending a wooden pillar down on top of you and rendering you useless. The rest of the house crashed down in suit.
Your body ached painfully as everything around you fell quiet. Flames burned out to embers. Wood turned into soot and ash. Persons could be heard dispersing, probably giving up hope that there was anyone or anything there.
Climbing through the darkness, you started desperately crying out for any source of help. Slowly advancing your way up to the only source of light you could see, you tried crying out louder. Outside, it felt so crisp and cold, you could see what little breaths you were able to exhale.
By the time you
"(NAME)!!! YO! (NAME)!!"
(name) lifted her head groggily. He best friend, Prussia, leanded over her. "What... is it?"
Prussia flicked his tail irritably. "DU-UH! You and the awesome me were supposed to go to the park and prank some humans!"
(name) blinked lazily. "I-I'm sorry... I forgot..." She sat up and gave her paws a few quick licks. "Let's go."
Prussia smiled widely and lept out the open window. "C'mon, (name)! Let's go freak out some humans!"
Sighing, (name) followed after the excited nation.
"WHAT THE HECK!!!!!"
Prussia rolled around, laughing hysterically as the man got a fake hairball to the face. "That's why you don't push a button that reads, DON'T PUSH!!"
"You....got that idea from the time Germouser told you not to puss the obvious Allied trap button and you did, didn't you?" (name) smirked.
"Wha-?!?! N-No! The awesome me came up with the idea! I invented it!"
"You sound like Korea..." (name) stretched, flicking her tail in his face. He frowned.
"Don't compare me to_"
A loud back interrupted him. A dog came racing towards them, yapping excitedly. (name) rolled her eyes. "Oh, great... Race you to the Great Oak?"
Prussia nodded, eyes wide, staring at the on comming menace. "One, Two, Three... GO!"
The two cats took off, fleeing the canine. Prussia reached the tree first. Jumping onto the trunk, he scrambled up the tree and settled on the lowest branch. "I...Beat you...(name)!" He looked down, but (name) wasn't there. He sat up franticly. "(name)?!? (NAME)!?!?"
(name) laid on the pavement, breathing in comming in short, ragged breaths. The dog had caught up to her. It tackled her and tore at her body, leaving deep cuts that bled heavily. The dog's owner stopped it and took her collar to call her housefolk.
"(name)!" Prussia ran up to where his friend laid, barely alive. "(n-name)..."
He sat down beside her, his eyes wide. "N-No... (name)! I'm so sorry! T-This is my fault, (name)! I should have waited for you!"
(name) smiled weakly. "N-No... it..isn't your fault... I issued the race, dummy.."
"Still1 I should've waited!"
The man who owned the dog came over with a towel and picked (name) up. Prussia followed him to his car. "(name)! Don't you die! That would be totally unawesome!"
Two days later, (name) was back at home, stitched up and bruised, but very much alive. She was resting on the couch, when soft footsteps woke her up.
Prussia slipped through the window. Padding forward, he sat down beside her. "how are you feeling?"
She smiled. "I've been better, but I'm just glad to be alive!"
"M-me too... (name)." He looked away, blushing. "Um... I... (name).. I REALLY LIKE YOU AND I'M SORRY I GOT YOU HURT AND WILL YOU PLEASE FORGIVE ME (NAME) I COULDN'T STAND THE THOUGHT OF NOT BEING WITH YOU! PLEASE FORGIVE ME, (NAME)!!!"
She looked at him, eyes wide in shock. "Okay... one, it isn't you fault and two... I... like you too, Prussia... I've liked you for a while now..."
"R-realyy, (name)!?!? That's awesome! 'Course, not as awesome as me, but still, I love you (name)!"
Prussia jumped onto the couch and curled up beside her. (name) smiled as he quickly fell asleep. "I love you, too, Prussia."