Forest Life

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  1. It was just another day in the pack, patrols and training young pups. He was glad he didnt have to work on the training that day. Although he enjoyed watching the pups, they didnt listen as much as he would like, and usually ended up snapping at them. Although, the pups he had trained in the past, who were now grown and training their own pups, were good fighters now and tended to do what their elders told them.

    At the moment, he was padding through the quiet forest alone on patrols. Their pack, while friendly with other packs, were strict on trespassing. Rouges and dogs, as well as other pack wolves were not allowed on their territory unless the alpha allowed it. Shayde vaguely wondered if he would ever be able to lead a pack of his own. He entertained the thought for only a moment before banishing it. His alpha was a good leader, and he doubted he'd have the patience for such a thing anyways.

    Up ahead, he could smell a place the dogs dwelled in. He padded over to the edge of a clearing and watched the place. It was a strange den. The elders said it was a place where two legged creatures - humans they had called them - used to live. The dogs who lived there werent wolves, and thus werent welcome among pack wolves. He could see one or two of them playing around in front of their large den. He circled around the dog's territory, making sure none had slipped over into their land before continuing on.
     
  2. Luna sat in her father's den, bored. This was usual when there wasn't too much activity during the day. Her father was the alpha and she was shy. So, she wasn't one of the most social wolves who would romp around when not busy on patrolling and babysitting. Her white coat was also pretty obvious when it wasn't winter, so he liked to keep her on a short leash so to speak.
    But Luna's boredom eventually overwhelmed her anxiety to socialize with the pack, so she ventured out of the den and padded around the outskirts of their home, staying quiet and observant.
     
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