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FarewellHis vision blurred in and out as did his conceiousness, stars flashed and danced a crossed his dulled eyes. He was cold, not the kind from the winter weather, but of one deep down in a body barely clinging on. Starvation, exhaustian, all of it plagued the three legged dog. He was curled up as close to a wall as he could get, his face buried mostly under the pillows that held Skelter and Claudia's scent. Gringo had tried to get him some food but the squirriel had not stayed down. A shiver ran through his body as his dulled copper eyes slowly opened. He knew what was going to have to be done. Mavro had made it clear, it didn;t mean Beo liked any of it.Claudia would scout out a path for their journey to get Beo to the pound. She made sure that at the moment no obstacles like cars would be too much problems trying to get the least traveled path she could find. They didn't need Trieste or stray dogs to come in and rain on there parade sorta speak. So she would head back hoping nothing woul
Breaking the News, and Bath AttackBeo had been thinking long and hard about his talk with Mavro the night before. Yes he'd agreed to do this but, he was scared. The large kangal mix had not felt true fear since he'd become a Vernice but, now he was terrified. To put himself at the mercy of the humans... but, the pack needed strong members, and if Beo went against that he'd be going against his own teachings. The three legged dog made his way slowly through the compound, sniffing for Claudia or Skelter, whoever showed up first. But, he needed both of them. His shoulder was not making it easy for him.Skelter was at the training grounds, running through the obstacle course for the fifth or sixth time today. After not really doing much yesterday, for personal reasons, she really needed to get back into her route of exercise and physical training. She can't get rusty on the pack, can she? Running up on one of the natural rubble piles, she quickly leap down ledge by ledge until she was back on ground level and raced passed