A wolf of pure black fur and piercing bright blue eyes named Blue solely because of her eyes. She stared at what will be her dinner. The animal she stared at froze in place… an elk. The elk looked right back at Blue, and waited her move so it could escape. Little did this elk know, this was not a lone wolf.
From both sides of the elk, shot out four more wolves who were slowly sneaking up as Blue stared the elk down with her beautiful eyes. The wolves did not take their time, one jumping on the back of the elk biting the scruff of its neck, another sprinting at the side of the elk, slamming its body against the well fed elk’s side knocking it over. When the elk fell, one of the last two wolves sprinted up and bit down on the elk’s throat to finish it off or to at least make sure it would not get far. The last wolf, a male, grinned and walked over to Blue who had already started towards the group, a smirk on her muzzle.
“I really wish you would show us how well you can fight, not just sit and watch.” said the male wolf, his fur black as well but laced with grey throughout it.
Blue sighed “I am good at distractions Kyle.” She shook her head, “Let’s get it back to the pack.”
Two of the wolves who attacked the elk got a grip of the elk, biting down and sinking their fangs into its leathery flesh. The hunting group headed back through the forest heading to their pack. Blue and Kyle lead the way through the forest. The other wolf that was not helping drag the carcass was bringing up the rear, knowing a rival clan might try to take their meal.
“Do you even know how to fight or even defend yourself!” Kyle growled low, so only Blue could hear him.
Blue growled back “Yes I can, I will show you some day, but not now.” Her ears lay back against her furry head.
Slowly the little group of wolves entered into a mostly flat clearing with a hill up to a cave. Around it were thick bushes skewing off from either side of it, and all around the clearing, were thick trees, tall and wide, with old trees. Kyle and Blue walked with the two wolves that dragged the carcass to the very middle of the clearing, and dropped the dead elk there. All five wolves lifted their heads and let out a howl to summon all of the pack.
Wolves By, Atagal