DoNotFeartheDark wrote:without missing a beat
(CURSE YOU! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH. That phrase is one of my biggest MLIA pet peeves. Which is why I've switched over to MLIN.
And how can you not like soccer? *shakes head* I pity the fool who doesn't like soccer. Er, football. You can just be bored while Lid's freaking out.
NO. BAD LOURDES. *growls* GERMANY WILL WIN. THEY'RE HOTTER. And Spain is full of old men. They'll get tired, then get creamed.)
Six days. Definitely explained the lack of control. Seems like Dex'll be stuck in the house for a while. She won't be let in the house, either. Once we've housetrained her, maybe. Feline growled and cried for the bag of blood. Maria brought out a few more buckets, just in case. I sniffed the cougar delicately. Monica was still tense, like Feline and I would have an epic battle right then and there. I tried to take things down a notch, "Mon, chill out. You'll just make her more pissed than she already is." Picking up the blood bag, I poked in a straw through one end and handed it to Feline. "See? Easy as cake. Its just like a Capri Sun."
I sat down in the grass next to Monica, watching Feline feed. "We'll need to train her, fast. I have a decent supply of human blood in the house, but not enough to keep a newborn feed for more than a week. If you don't mind, I'm going to teach her to eat animals. We can start mixing the human blood we give her with animal blood, and eventually wean her off normal stuff. It'll stretch my supplies. Since we can't have her around Dex, either, we can rebuild the Lego fort for her to live in."