Bearclaw Valley So you were six feet underneath me
All Welcome  July 05, 2018, 06:22 AM
Koume
Bearclaw Valley
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With a determined yet angry look about her did Koume drag in the body of a fawn. It had just begun its life and already a prisoner of the undaunted spirit residing within the fiery girl. The fawn had been stuck in some brush with the parents gone, but as soon as it escaped once it saw the dark coat of the wolf it ran as if its life depended on going as fast as a bullet. Luckily it had stumbled, giving Koume the opportunity to catch up and end its life before it could get up again.

She let out a small howl, a call for help getting the heavier catch somewhere safe.

July 05, 2018, 06:58 AM
Nunataq
Bearclaw Valley
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Now - three months old - Nunataq often took the liberty of expanding her horizons beyond the circle of the dens, where Laurel and Indra and the rest of her family resided. She had also learned to disappear, when the "her voice of authority" was not looking or before she managed to set boundaries.

This she had done today as well, however, with unexpected consequences - she got lost. And, when a howl erupted right next to the bush and patch of tall grass, where she was hiding, the girl lost no time to leap out and towards the source of the sound. She was neither scared, nor particularly concerned about her "lost" status. Maybe a little annoyed by the fact that she had no idea, where to go next. Now - all of this was solved in an instant.

She spotted a dark pelted wolf next to a very tasty-smelling piece of meat. With a happy yip and friendly-submissive position she ambled towards the adult. It was yet to be decided, whether she was more excited for being found or the fresh meat in front of her.
July 09, 2018, 08:14 AM
Koume
Bearclaw Valley
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Her lighter ears flicked around as they picked up the sound of rustling and footfalls. They were lighter than what one would expect from a heavier, bigger adult and so it was only a small surprise when someone's kid came waddling towards her. With an annoyed sigh did she drop the fawn, mismatched eyes following the small wolf around. Hey kid. She greeted, wanting to take it easy on the girl. Are your parents around? She asked bluntly, looking around but not spotting an adult near. Great, now she was stuck with it.

July 14, 2018, 04:48 PM
Nunataq
Bearclaw Valley
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For some reason the dark wolf's demeanor made Nuna think that expressing her "oh-I-am-so-little-and-harmless" all the way by licking the other's maw and peeing a little as well would not go well. Therefore she stopped at a polite distance (thank you, Laurel for teaching, what it is), still looking a little dopeyish cute with her drawn back ears and hunched pose and weed a little on the spot.

In response the wolf emitted series of sounds to which Nuna listened intently and then mirrored his actions by looking around herself and not seeing anything of interest. Perhaps there wasn't, she shrugged, forgot that she had to be meek and wait for a permission, and took the two - three steps closer to the fawn, sniffing it with great interest and leaving a little creek of drool all over it's brown pelt.
Yesterday, 08:21 AM
Koume
Bearclaw Valley
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Koume did not particularly like children. Or any wolf for that matter. They were so... dumb and practically useless to a certain age. She couldn't see herself having her own if she was ever given the chance. Her nose wrinkled when the kid peed, rolling her eyes. She sighed when the kid did not seem to understand her words. Koume did not know how old this one was or when pups obtained the ability to speak and understand what was spoken.

The hell am I going to do with you? She murmured to herself, lying down near the carcass when the kid found it appropriate to drool all over it. She was tired from the hunt anyway. So, what are your dreams and aspirations? She asked with a smirk, wanting to play the smart guy with the kid even though she didn't understand.