Savas unlocked the thick wooden door before flipping the sign in the window to "Open". His claws clicked lightly against the wooden floors as he went around the bar to fill a few jugs of water. The flowers placed all around the room released their different scents, keeping the bar smelling earthy and pleasant. Savas carefully watered each plant. "Almost time for customers, loves. Hopefully I can hire one of those musicians soon to play for you. Some music might liven this place up a bit." After he finished watering the plants, Savas cracked open the windows and lit a cigarette. He walked back behind the bar and began to wipe down the wooden top, patiently waiting for customers. They'd be in soon; they always were. If not for the drink, they came for camaraderie, or gossip.
A soft meow from below the bar made Savas laugh. "What do you want, Frisk? I've already given you food. I need to find a home for you soon. Can't keep you around the bar. You like to poop in my potting soil too much." The black cat hopped onto the bar, purring as it butted its head against Savas' hand. "Get down, cat!" Instead of listening, Frisk ran further down the bar to sniff at a pot of bleeding heartwine. Savas sighed, shook his head, and ignored the cat. He'd eventually find someone to give it to, but until then he'd put up with Frisk.
The door chimed as a local fisherman walked in. "Hey, Savas! I can't be long; the wife's got some plans tonight. Just came in to get here a little present."
"What do you have in mind? Alcohol or flowers?"
"A bottle of your finest wine, and d'you maybe have something pretty she'd like flower-wise?"
Ears twitching, Savas ducked beneath the bar and searched among the wine bottles. Finding something he figured the couple would like, he handed it to the fisherman. Savas walked to a pot filled with yellow and red tulips and gave him the entire pot. "Give her these. I'm sure she'll love them, and if she doesn't, blame it on me."
"Thanks, Savas!" He smiled, paid Savas, and left, the bell ringing merrily behind him.