Original SWAT Kats Story

The Candy Kat

By Frost

  • 1 Chapter
  • 1,029 Words

(Unfinished) The SWAT Kats find themselves captured by a Willy Wonka wannabe and some surprisingly familiar faces. Now, they have to face a factory full of… candy monsters?

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Author's Notes:

Title: The Candy Kat
Author: Frost
E-mail: swatkatsyd@live.com
Dating: 1/11/09
Rating: E
Warnings: None
Disclaimer: SWAT Kats belong to Hanna-Barbera, and Sly and Dark Fudge belong to me and Akita belongs to, well, Akita.
Notes: Akita and I were bored one night and then started writing what we call ‘candy torture’ stories. Maybe it will get finished.

T-Bone and Razor raced through the dark hallways of the huge factory. There was a sweet smell to it. Yet, here and there was a lemony smell.

“T-Bone, do you smell…” Razor took a deep breath as he came to a halt at a large door. “It smells like chocolate.”

“Enter,” a booming voice said as the doors opened slowly.

It was like a candy wonder land! There were candy canes on trees, caramel dipped apples hanging on trees, and, to top it off, there was a huge river made out of melted chocolate. It frothed at the bottom at a huge waterfall.

“Holy smokes,” T-Bone whispered. “This creep styled his factory after Willy Wonka’s.”

“I see you’ve taken a liking to my factory,” a slim tom purred as he appeared from behind on a bridge over the chocolate river. His fur was an earthy brown. He wore a loose dark purple suit, a black top hat with a green band around it, and he carried a cane with a fairly large gem on top of it.

“Alright, creep,” T-Bone growled as he and Razor took fighting stances. “What’s your name?”

“My name is Dark Fudge.” The tom took off his hat and bowed. “But, my friend here calls me Dark.” A pale gray she-kat appeared behind him. She had black stripes on her arms and a dark metallic red stripe down her tail and her toes were dark metallic red. A dark metallic blue spot was underneath each of her storm blue eyes. A familiar black leather joker necklace with a silver ball bearing was around her neck.

“Sylvester?!” Razor yowled.

“Call me Sly,” the she-kat purred as she lashed her tail back and forth slowly.

“Meet my hyenas.” Dark raised his cane and signaled to five hyenas with mint green crests and dark orange fur that jumped down from ledges made of dark chocolate.

“This guy’s a loon,” T-Bone hissed as the hyenas approached them.

The hyenas laughed as their crests fell into their faces as they stood up on two legs. They smiled an evil smile as they got closer.

Another she-kat came into view. She was tan with a scar on her right eye and a white patch on her other. A gray stripe ran from her forehead down to her nose. She had black stripes on her tail and shoulder length black hair. She had sparkling blue eyes.

“Akita?” Razor stared in disbelief as she smiled and laid her hands on Dark’s left shoulder while Sly laid her hands on Dark’s right shoulder.

“Sorry, but he promised me a lifetime supply of cry babies.” Akita smiled as she lashed her striped tail. “Man, I love that sour gum.”

The hyenas jumped at the two toms. They wrestled around for awhile then finally got them pinned down. The hyenas used some licorice to tie their hands behind their backs.

“Oompa loompa doopy dee doo,” one of the hyenas laughed in Razor’s ear. “I’ve got another puzzle for you.”

Razor growled at him and tried pushing him off. The hyena laughed as another hyena jumped on Razor’s back. The slender tom looked up at the two she-kats.

“I thought you weren’t evil, Sly,” he growled.

“I’m not,” Sly giggled, which sounded a lot like the hyenas’ laughs. “It was actually Akita’s idea.”

“Yes, it was,” Akita laughed then calmed down. “Sly and I were bored, so we decided to candy torture you guys.”

“And, I agreed to help them since my chocolate factory just moved into town,” Dark purred as he raised his cane towards his hyenas. “Take them to the…” The tom looked over at Sly then Akita for an idea.

“Rabid chocolate rabbits,” Akita snickered as the hyenas pushed the two towards a small clearing that had cute little bunnies made of chocolate jumping around in it.

The three rabbits that were there looked up at the two new toms and turned from cute to horrifying. They frothed whipped cream at their mouths and growled at them. They stood up on two legs and started to jump up into the air.

“Incoming!” Razor yowled as he jumped out of the way of one of the rabbits.

It growled and chased after him, its mouth frothing big time.

“Ugly little bugger,” T-Bone growled as he kicked one of the rabbits. It soared and hit a wall, making a splatter like when you squish of fly. “Hey, Razor, you can just squish these guys.”

“Roger.” Razor kicked one of the rabbits, and it soared into the river. He turned and faced the last rabbit. It looked at him with gumdrop eyes then took off running. A huge shadow fell over the two toms. They turned to see something very… sticky.

There was a huge river dragon behind them. It was a bright blue with chocolate running down it. Its eyes were a fiery cinnamon color, and sticky goop dripped from its mouth.

“Hmm,” Dark rubbed his chin from where he and the two she-kats stood on top of a ledge above the river. “I see you’ve met my sour dragon.”

“How do you get around so fast?” T-Bone questioned as a smirk spread across Dark’s face.

“I have ways,” Dark mumbled then looked at the dragon. “You know, she’s a real dragon. I found her on Fudge Mountain.”

“Where?” Razor raised an eyebrow as he worked his hands out of the licorice.

“You’ve probably never heard of it.” Dark took off his hat and rubbed his fingers through his dark brown hair. “Give them the sourest taste of their nine lives, my pet.”

To be continued…

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