Listening to Percy, Cass couldn't help but to raise an eyebrow. 'And those of us who aren't pureblood?' he reminded him softly. 'Some of us do think separation is for the best too,' he said.
He wasn't too concerned with politics right now though, couldn't care less about it. 'You were not, you were just to stubborn to look at the options,' he said warmly. 'Not that I mind that.'
He honestly couldn't care about Miles now, though he was grateful that Percy still listened to him, but he was much more focused on the fact that Percy were very close to him right now.
'You know you do talk an awful lot sometimes,' he said with a smirk, kissing his cheek, which was as far as he could reach without moving. He hoped Percy would get other ideas than talking so much, because he really was rather talked out at the moment.
Actually he was rather sleepy too, but that could wait. There were more important things.