"Aye. That's one of the many reasons my parents didn't want me going too far from the family home. They were afraid of me getting lost and that I might be unable to find my own way back. They usually had my older sister go with me too, so that I was less likely to get lost if I needed to go a distance from the house. But, the night my family was killed and I ran off, I got lost in the woods. If I was being totally honest, which I am at the moment, I thought that I was a goner. But, believe it or not, a lone she-wolf found me. She wasn't aggressive towards me at all, not evening letting out a growl. However, she tried to get me to follow her, which I did, and she led me to an old, abandoned camp in the woods. It had a small shelter, as well as some hunting gear that was clearly left behind." Danny paused for a moment, trying to recollect his thoughts and well as his emotions before continuing telling Ella about his memory of the female wolf.
"So, naturally, the wolf got me to go into the shelter, and stayed by the doorway to the shelter. She seemed like she was guarding it, and at the time, I didn't know why she had stuck around. I expected her to go back to her pack or something after she led me to the shelter, but like I said, she didn't. She didn't have any interest in leaving me alone either. I tried to get her to move on, but she wouldn't. Long story short, she became my traveling companion for a while. We hunted together, slept together, and even ate meals together." Danny paused once more, unsure if he could force himself to go on without his voice breaking. He missed that she-wolf, and sadly she was gone. The wolf was killed while trying to defend Danny from some hybrid hunters.