I don't know how original these are, but I want to have a got at them.
A Wlecome Visitor (Light or Bondage)
A young woman, happening to be homeless, is knocking on doors. Every door on this particular, run-down stretch of road. After fleeing from a creep and losing three dollars to a mugger, she feel hopeless, trying to find a place to stay in the upcoming severe storm. Until she happens upon a nicer looking home with a manicured garden and sprinklers hosing the already green grass. Biting her lip, she thinks of how snobbish rich people can be, but she doesn't pass up the slim chance. She walks up to the door and gives a couple pounds with her small fist. It starts to rain. The rain washes away the grime and dirt on her face, revealing a very attractive woman to the man who opened the door.
The man has a failing marriage. The wife had just left with a suitcase full of her things and left him standing there with a glass of scotch on the rocks. Perhaps he was drunk, or just enamored by her face, but he allows her in, the wrong head thinking, either way. He allows her to shower and to stay in the spare bedroom accross the hall from the guest bath upstairs. She notices a number of pictures laid down, but thinks it wise to not ask questions, so she goes to take her shower. When she's done and dressed in different clothes, cleaner clothes, she comes down and sees the man napping on the sofa. He's not unnattractive, and her mind slips to more audacious things.
It can go two ways from here: (a) the wife can return, grow jealous and then join the two; (b) the wife can return, grow exceptionally angry and leave, with threats of revenge.
There's a problem with the family pet (Exotic)
T. Humper, so aptly named by the family's teenage boy for the fact that he was a rabbit (with a beautiful white coat and beautiful red eyes), was perhaps the unluckiest rabbit that anyone could ever meet. Chased by dogs, firecrackers thrown at his feet, a paper bag thrown over his head, T. Humper was tormented by all of those. But he escaped. He got away before the dog could bite his ear. His poor circumstance soon changed, however...
In the park, he met this girl. She was reading a book and chewing on a celery stick, which she had pulled from the bag of vegetables beside her. Feeling bold, T. Humper skipped forward, then inched closer to the bag. When she had finished the celery, she reached down, only to feel something... furry? Jerking her hand away, she looks to see a white rabbit eating one of her carrot sticks. After a spontaneous grabbing and hugging and verbal flattery, she takes him home. Back to the same house he fled from.
See, the girl had just finished her first semester of her masters program. She was coming home for a little R&R. As they approached the house, the boy stood there with a paper bag, labelled 'blasters.' After a defense of the rabbit, she takes him up to the security of her room. The young woman sets him on her soft bed while she pulls out her equipment and books to begin writing her masters' thesis. Her topic: alternatives to hair dye. T. becomes a new experiment. His fur turning yellow, brown, gold, teal, grey, red, green, and finally black. However, his fure never changes after it turns black. Instead, the rabbit becomes something... different.