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it was a dark rain filled day. my family would be torn apart this day. I was getting ready for school when her water broke, she was a month early. Dad rushed me onto the bus so he could drive her to the hospital. They didn't make it. My name is David. I'm a 14 year old Male  half fox, half red panda, seems simple enough.

I got to school like any other day, the clouds were dark it hadn't started raining yet but it would soon. My close friend, a coyote named Nicole, met me at my locker. She was a year older then me, a sophomore at that shitty high school. "Hey Nicole",  standard greeting bull shit. She looked at me, smiled, and with out saying a word, handed me a joint and walked past. 'God i love that woman some times.'  (Needs proof read from here)

First class bell was quick. English not one of my best subjects  the teacher was good at their job,
but i was just bad at listening. after the first class was over i headed to the next class. finally the lunch bell rang i snuck up to the roof forgoing lunch for the day to hang out with Nicole.

She was up there, smoking her own joint as I lit up mine; the rain started gentle at first. Well, same shit different day, Nicole looked at me with a smile saying. "Is there any other way?"              I replied "only if one of us had a time machine."

oh how i wish i had a time machine on that day, we left the roof at the sound of the bell.  second period first class, second class, then it happens the principle called me to his office, i was freaking out, 'did i get caught leaving the roof. who would of ratted me out? a teacher, a bully, Nicole?'

stoned out of my mind i was worried about every thing as i approached the main office and sat down in the waiting area. The receptionist looked toward me but seems to be trying to avoid eye contact things didn't seem right but i wasn't sure what intel, the principle called me into his office. With a sorrowful tone he said, Mister David im sorry to inform you your parents are dead.
I didn't want to believe what i was told, i saw them that morning, i sat there starting to cry, the principle tried talking to me but i wasn't listening,  tell he snapped his fingers in front of me, "ill wright a note of absence today and drive you down to the hospital so you can say your good byes.
the trip to the hospital was quick, according to the police a drunk semi driver hit my parents car head on. I couldn't handle it every thing was falling apart before my eyes as I was brought to there bodies crying alone in the hospital room,  it seemed like hours.
a nurse eventually came in and asked me an odd question, one i wasn't expecting in the least, what was the name of my baby sister.
 
 I had to think for a bit this was all a rush it seemed, "I- I don't know my patents never brought up what they wanted to name her with me" I told her the nurse looked at me puzzled, "how about Ember?" The nurse said to me i respawns gently " I like Ember " still crying taking my time and I get up to take my baby sister home.
The principle took me back to house and waited for me to gather my things he told me he wasn't leaving me here alone. thankfully the doctor gave me my parents belongings wallet purse and keys included, so I was able to get into the house, it seemed more quite then normal as i walk threw to my room to gather my own belongings I make sure to take a game system cloths and a few things laid out for my sister diapers bottles and my special lunch box hidden under my bed, inside was about a week of weed and rolling paper, after gathering every thing I got back to the principles car and we left, I don't know what was going to happen to my house i was scared of where I was going from here but life goes on whether you want it to or not.

After about an hour of sitting in the car I was growing concerned would i be able to keep going to the same school? What about my friends? Will i be able to see them again?, after a few more minutes roughly 30 it seemed we arrived, a small house in the woods. "You were a good student David sorry for your loss, if you need help or there's an emergency here is my phone number" the principle said to me as he handed me a small card with his name on it, I got out of the car with my baby sister in my arms as a woman I haven't seen before left open the door to the house she waved as a man came out and walked up to me,. He put his hand out and said sternly" I'm your uncle buck and this is your aunt Mary ", the man was large for his species; a fox I'm guessing he was my dads brother unless the woman next to him was my dads sister im not sure my exact relation  was but they said they were my aunt and uncle.  The told me my i would be sharing the bed room with my sister and that my cousin moved out two years ago apparently he's living in the city, I started to unpack when out of no where my aunt and uncle barged into my room and ask me if I can show them the things I brought from home I hesitated for a bit unsure why they wanted to go through my belongings but before i could say No, my aunt started going threw my things she grabbed my Nintendo switch saying that it was an evil device i didn't need in my life, as my uncle found my lunch box of weed,  and grabbed my by the arm the next thing i knew i was over his lap being spanked like a small child as he told me there was no drugs allowed in his house.

As they left my new room my aunt told me I should not expect dinner for bringing these sinful things into there home. I ended up laying there in my "new" bed it was smaller then me, my legs hanged over the end of the bed. Patiently I waited for sleep. The next morning didn't seem much better I was woke up to my aunt opening my door yelling I would be late if I didn't get out of bed right now sleep still in my eyes "l-late for what its Saturday" Saturday morning church, I was told to put my best cloths on and be read before 8am, as i wad dragged to church i notice my little sister seemed fussy but she didn't make a sound, it seemed like she was trying though, when I realized she stank, I asked my aunt if she would change, ember but all my aunt said was "its your problem and that I needed to learn responsibility" I don't know how she expected me to clean my self up get dressed for church eat breakfast in less then an hour while also changing my little sisters diaper while my aunt and uncle sat in a the car honking the horn and complaining about being late. After the service i went strait to my room it didn't make me feel any better I had nothing to do the rest of the day my aunt and uncle didn't have a television the spent there time reading, but there were no books that interested me, it seemed most of my time was watching my sister until the sun set. That Sunday was much the same thing go to church come back home take care of my sister it seemed my neither my aunt or uncle would help we take care of her and it was hard to tell when she needed some thing because while she would move and act as if she wanted to cry she made no sound and it worried me, what could I do about it? I walked to the front room and asked, "aunt Mary I im scared for Ember I have never heard her cry and I think there's some thing wrong".

My aunt merely scoffed as I was bothering her reading, and told me that it wasn't her problem, seems like I was on my own, I picker up the carrier and took my baby sister out making sure she was covered as it was a cold autumn day, in truth I didn't know where I was going we were in the middle of no where away from every thing so i stood there in the front yard holding the carrier with my sister in it. After a bit I turned around and came back in, i started to panic what if my sisters condition was serious what was I suppose to do, then I remembered the card my old principle gave me, I called the number on the card using my aunts old rotary phone it wasn't to complicated to dial, it rang and rang it didn't seem like the principle was going to answer as I sat there and waited uncle buck stepped in yelling "What do you think your doing!?
 Children should not use the telephone" he grabbed me again, he didn't spank me but much worse he beat me leaving bruises and a black eye, he said if I told any one where I got them he would do it again,

 I was scared for my self and my sister he told me I wasn't allowed to go near the phone and pushed me into my room, i lay there on my bed crying in pain tell the next morning. That Monday I got up ready for school but my aunt had different plans she told me school wasn't important and I had house chores needing done mowing the lawn doing dishes and laundry, i tried to complain but I saw my uncle getting up from his seat starting to say "if you don't get out side right now and start mowing ill make sure todays beating will be worse then yesterday" I ran out side trying not to anger my uncle any more

 I started mowing the huge 12 archer lawn on a little push mower, he told me u was to young to use the riding mower, so I did as I was told. It seemed to take hours and when I finally finished it was noon roughly just in time to help my aunt do the dishes and take out the trash eventually after 5 hours of work I got to go to my room and sit there tell I fell asleep only to do more work the next day, it seemed like my aunt and uncle only saw me as cheap labor all while having to watch my sister as they were to lazy to do it, weeks went by  every now and then I would mess up and get beaten for my mistake,

 broken dishes, mixed cloths in the wash, anything really but I still looked out for my little sister Ember I had to be here for her. I knew something was wrong she never cried she never made a sound but im sure during multiple times she tried to. The weekend finally came by again Friday after chores I decided it would be best if I went for a walk through the woods, I was at peace away from my aunt and uncle but still worried about my sister as I explored the back forest, as I walked

I eventually found another house one of the neighbors, I ran up to it as quickly as I could and knocked after a bit of waiting an older squirrel open the door, she looked down at me and asked "what can i do for you young man", I held my self-trying to think of my words before I answered, "can I borrow your phone mama?" She smiled and blinked a bit before realizing my bruises she asked me about them and I was concerned what to tell her I simply asked again If I could use her phone please, she nodded seeming to my situation and invited me into her home, it wasn't big or fancy but it was defiantly loved everything was clean the floors the cabinets the shelves it seemed like all this lady did was clean her home, she brought me the phone it wasn't old but not new either I dialed my principle again, when he answered I almost started to cry for joy, I told him everything the abuse the neglect the conditions we were being force to live in, the sweet elderly squirrel looked at me with her mouth agape, before getting up and walking off, as my principle said to me "I'm so sorry for dropping you off there I will call CPS to help you and your sister get out of there". I thanked the elderly squirrel she was very nice to me; I went back to my aunt and uncles, when I got back the yelling started again where was I there were chorae needing done how dare I be gone for such a long time, my uncle dragged me by the arm out to a wood chopping block to push me aginst it and kick me, I felt my rib crack against the stump after one of hia kicks, he told me I cant come back in untell after I cut the entire pile of lumber in half, as he went back to the house. I lay there it hurt to move, I couldnt think straight from the pain I was in, I heard a car pulling up but didnt see it, the doors slammed closed and I heard them knock some one awnserd the door i dont know who but I started to cry from the pain
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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by ninyall
a sad story of two children with out parents living in a big city

Keywords
cub 189,203, story 10,124, coyote 8,320, spanking 7,469, dark 7,200, sad 4,253, abuse 2,779, deep 1,552, no sex 896, struggle 589, drug use 337, no yiff 306, abused 305, orphan 149, panda/fox-hybrid 1
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Published: 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Rating: Mature

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ninyall
2 weeks, 2 days ago
sorry not the best at proof reading
Darkassasinworld
2 weeks, 1 day ago
God, that's sad. But, it definitely needs more details. Maybe you even could use anyone's help with that, donno
ninyall
2 weeks ago
Well im still wrighting at breaks at work short attion span and all makes it hard to keep wrighting for more the a few minutes also I genral y dont proof read tell I get home so there probly some typoson updates
Darkassasinworld
2 weeks ago
To be honest, I didn't fully understand what you said, but ok
ninyall
1 week, 5 days ago
If any one wants to edit and proof read let me know
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