How peaceful life could be if only it wasn’t disturbed all the time. He came to realize that this was how the universe worked; it moved and moved and something like a stop button didn’t exist. How strange the world just was.
But enough of this bird’s musing. Someone’s yelling couldn’t be ignored and Dera wasn’t a rude bird, so he would bother and help this young man.
“An alien looking like a duck you say? Sounds like a rather strange being and what an elegant sounding name it has. Sadly I never encountered that duck.” Dera commented, hopefully getting the other’s attention with that, but his charme surely was enough for that already anyway.
“What is that Joui you are talking about, young man? I might join if it meets my standards.” With that words the little, but fat bird spread his wings and managed it with a lot of strength to place himself on the man’s head.
“You are quite some weird human, did anyone ever tell you that?”
There was an odd voice coming from nearby, Katsura noticed, though he had no idea where the source was located! Sure, this did get his attention, and he was quite pleased to hear said voice compliment the name choice of his most trusted partner.
“Ahahaha! Is that so? I’m glad you like my dear friend’s name!” Zura cross his arms over his chest with a stupid grin on his face. “Aha! I’m glad you asked, little friend! The Joui faction is an entirely super secret group that I mustn’t reveal too much until you take the test to be able to join. However, it’s something like an anti-government group whose goal is to take down those dirty government dogs especially the Sho—”
Suddenly, he noticed light flapping sounds along with the same voice and a heavy weight upon his own head. Oh, what’s this?” Katsura reached up, gently touching whatever was on his head.
Somehow, a shrill shriek of joy and wonder escaped the Jouishishi’s mouth. In an instant, the bird was down from the top of his head and was being held and admired by Katsura.
“Oh my goodness, what a handsome little fellow you are. Of course, I prefer the soft paws and fur of cats and dogs, but such an adorable and perfect little birdie you are, little tweetums!” Zura spoke in an outrageously childish voice, goggling over the cute creature in his hands.
He really did have a soft spot for animals.