Three steps outside the den, Wrenn fell avidly upon a prize - a scrap of hide from a rabbit somebody had brought her mother - and shook it with a happy growl. Her tiny ears had an upward prick now and had begun to move to show her emotion or her interest in a subject. It wasn’t just her hearing that was better now. She could see and scent things with an all new clarity! With a little wuff she rolled onto her back, chewing the hide, and using her too-big front paws to lift it a little away from her jaws then drop it and snap at it.
Innately, Wrenn knew not to go too far from the den. Her natural curiosity led her to pop out whenever she thought she could get away with it (mostly when her mother was sleeping, or brought them out herself) but she never strayed far from her family. Adventurous the child might have been, but it was clear she felt loyal towards Willow even when her sister wasn’t directly at her side. Anyone who visited would easily be able to see the loving bond between the two young sisters.
But outside was a definitely a concept Wrenn was more and more interested in spending time in these days. There were all these great smells and treasures like this lovely smelly thing in her teeth! She rolled back onto her belly, still worrying at the scrap.
((I know I know, Wrenn spam, I just love the puppy stage so much and she’s my only outlet this year :P))
Sep 28, 2018 12:05 AM
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