Andrews cold eyes stared around the cafeteria. His fur still wet from shower. Fur covered his body entirely. He stood like a human, but his bushy fox like tail told some of his origins. The greyish brown color of it shown tales of two different species. Grey fox, and the wolf. He had many of their abilities which shown in his fit and healthy body. He a couple times a day every day, just to keep these abilities sharp. His days were mostly full to avoid well just about everyone here. He didn't like to talk, and the guards were vicious and cruel to the residents here. Treated them as if they were freaks. This place, more like a prison than a lab. He hated it here, the hatred was obvious. Especially the tests. This place loved their tests. Especially the anger and resistance tests. He wasn't actually born here, but he had been here all his life. As he was created in a test tube he didn't actually have a mother. But there was a woman who became his mother. One of the scientists here felt sorry for him, and in turn treated him as a son, and he loved her as a mother. She was kind and caring, and she actually moved close to the lab and stayed at the lab most times, so she could be there with him. She loved him as a son. She protected him from these tests normally but she could not any more as she had past, a year earlier. While he looked the age of a twenty year old and his mind had passed that, he was actually created three years ago. As he jumped into the line so he could go back to his room and escape the other residents and reduce the chance of a run in with anybody. Not eager to even stand in this line he debated on just skipping the meal anyway. But his growling stomach and the moving line made that choice for him. When someone came up behind him, he hoped it was just another resident, and they wouldn't try to talk to him. Sometimes residents made comments to him just to try to get him to talk. He sighed with relief when they didn't talk to him, yet when they stopped and where able to reach in for what they wanted, her arm caught his eye and he turned to see Annie. He didn't personally know her, but for as long as he's known her, he's had an explainable attraction to her, and her tribal markings. She was different and unique. They had never spoken however. He didn't try to, instead he just moved along when the line did. But when her arm came out in front of him again as she reached for food, he didn't notice the line stop, and he bumped into the resident in front of him. The resident turned and looked at him weird for a second, so he mumbled a sorry. And tried not to look at either person. He was truly embarrassed. He was usually able to notice these kind of things, like a line stopping with out looking at it. His other senses being so good. He should not have made such a mistake.