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Beside the decapitated rat, a smug expression on its face, was the black cat. It rested one paw on the grey glass marble.

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The house had flattened out even more. It no longer looked like a photograph - more like a drawing, a crude, charcoal scribble of a house drawn on grey paper.

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The cat's fur was on end, and its tail was bristling like a chimney-sweep's brush. 'What's wrong' asked Coraline.

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'Is that bad'

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'You'll be fine,' said Coraline. 'Everything's going to be fine. I'll take you home.'

The cat said nothing.

'Come on, cat,' said Coraline. She took a step back towards the steps, but the cat