Thor.

As we got closer, whatever was making the noise started to panic more. The sound of whimpering, growling and many other noises were involved. Leah started to shake, I didn't know if it was from the cold or if she was just scared. Grabbing her hand I squeezed it gently and looked down at her. Her eyes were wide, but they softened when she looked at me.

"Hey, it's okay." I whispered as her eyes widened when the sound was made again.

"But what if it's not? What if it's a trap?" She whispered back.

"It's not a trap Leah. If it was I'm pretty sure something would've happened to us by now." I explained. This made the fear in her eyes lessen. She smiled slightly.

Finally we reached the edge of the woods. Taking a deep breath, I stepped out of the shelter of the woods, and there, with about five others, was a German Shepherd getting torn up by the other five beast-like dogs.





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