Cats and Cubs Ch 3 Recruiting“You eat bunnies?” It was almost a squeak as she was sure she had a look of horror plastered to her face, definitely making her sound like a kid as she looked between Talus and Lance. “You mean like the cute rodents with long ears and feet and whiskers, bunnies?” her fingers folding into a hand puppet bunny. OK, she shouldn’t be so shocked since canines are natural carnivores and hunters, but that didn’t stop her mind from running and trying to reason while maintaining manners. “They’re pets... We don’t eat pet’s in the city.” She was hoping that implied enough she’s never had rabbit before as she explained the situation. She hardly ate anything with a heartbeat at home and here they were talking about raw rabbits.
Then she looked at Lance as he asked about cooking, giving a nod. “To my knowledge, yes, that’s how it’s always been...Though my family did raise me to not eat anything with a heartbeat
Cats and Cubs Ch 2 RecruitingShe gave a silent apologetic look to Lance after hearing 'anymore'. She didn't know the story but for a pack to be so small and no females at all, it was probably doomed to die off in a matter of time... she needed to stop reading those nature documents, her mind was starting to sound like a nature host.
Listening to Corbins warning she nodded. "That's OK, I'll avoid that as much as possible. You need to be bound to a eclectic bookworm about as much as I need a wolf who takes up the whole bed. That's what mind puzzles are for!" She had a slight cheer in her voice, living alone, mind puzzles were one way she kept herself entertained. So it should come as no surprise there was a logic book tucked in the things she brought... you could take a city girl out of the city but you can't easily take the city out of the girl. The view of the forest was definitely different then the city though and it was kind of nice not bumping into the ruder people or nearly being run over by bikes on the side
Cat's and Cubs Ch 1, RecruitingThe shaken librarian took in her new surroundings from her path, nothing looking quite familiar and the surroundings a far cry from her home of Libran. Her silvery gray eye's roved the area but the forest's height and density covered a vast amount of her sight.
She looked at her little home she'd set up for her time until she could figure out what was going on. She'd already survived there for three days now so she guessed it OK. The books didn't tell her much on what was going on and why she'd woken like she had but she didn't think it exactly wise to go to a physician now.
Keeping as quiet as she could be to not draw attention, as per "The Idiots guide to surviving a camping trip" She listened as the forest life went on it's normal routine around her, the city girl not even sure if her supplies was high enough in the tree she'd tied it up to.
She let out a slight shiver.
'Calm down, Anna. Nothings here, the medication will kick in again and this weirdness will be gone then home again