Rated M for language and violence.
Convel scanned the area with his sharp eyes. He blinked here and there, his fur blowing in the slight breeze. The weather felt nice today. They had had some not so nice weather but today was a tad better. He twitched his ears from side to side, creating a 360 degree circle. He licked his chops and then headed back towards the den area. There was nothing going on right now. There was a hunting party of 3 out in the feilds, but other than that everyone seemed to be resting. Convel didn't have too much to worry about right now.
He continued to the dens and entered his own, greeting his mate, Fae, with a warm lick and a soft nuzzle. Dispite the harshness that could come from Convel, he was sweet to his mate. He believed it should always be like that. There was no reason to be cruel to someone you were supposed to love. Well, there was an exception with children. Children seemed to always get out of hand and even though they were loved by their parents, harsh love was still necissary. "Where is Tala?" Convel asked Fae. "I think she is down by the river." Fae responded in a sweet and gentle voice, the voice she always used.
Tala was in fact down by the river. She was jumping at the little fish that swam near the edge, determinded to catch one, even though she knew she wouldn't be able to. The river was beautiful right now, so sparkly. Tala's carmel eyes glowed in the sunlight. Her herself appeared a carmel color at the end of her paws where they were wet. The rest of her was a cream color.
Tala had a wolf-ish grin on her face and even giggled to herself a bit. Her tongue lolled out of her mouth a little until she leaned down and lapped up some water, quenching her thirst.