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Its payback time in the Central African Republic of Zimbali. Two white pregnant women are taken out at dusk and executed by a group of Africans. It's amazing how angry people can get over a couple of hundred million dollars worth of diamonds. The insane ruler laughs as they drive away. A couple of Cheetahs come over and sniff around. They realize the bodies have a body inside them. The cheetahs are very careful in placing their foreheads on the mother's belly, at the base of the pregnancy bubble. They push with their foreheads. Kicking from inside can be seen on the outside. They continue to push, slowly, safely. One boy, one girl. Both are blonde like a cheetah. The Cheetahs lick the babies clean. Another female comes over. Without hesitation, the babies nurse off her. Other cheetahs sit on guard. Nobody is going to hurt these babies. 15 years later two humans race by just shy of 45 miles per hour, slow of course for the rest of their family. As their mother says, not bad for a human. They are found by exotic animal hunters, a group of criminals who sell protected animals on the black market. They are sold to a super rich Shiek in Dubai, UAE, Abdul Al Mohammad. He is super rich with a palatial estate having a personal zoo of exotic animals. He has been unable to impress his father with anything he hasn't done, until these two feral kids show up. The human cheetahs are named Kit and Kat. They are quite obviously the fastest humans on earth. Sheik Mohammad may not be the success story his father wanted, but what he has is a heart of gold, as in gold medals. For several years he has been training one of his servant's daughters, Massomeh, into becoming an Olympic gymnast. Now they will all work together, including the Sheik's father, into training these human cheetah's for Olympic Gold. The path to gold leads them to their birthplace, and correcting their own family tragedy.
  • ISBN13: 9781425773342
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Pubilcation Year: 2007
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00136
Publication DateSeptember 10, 2007
Primary CategoryFiction/General

Cheetah Kids

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