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A Wolf in the Family

By BLotusflower24

Humor / Romance

Chapter 1 Intruder


" Kokkuri-san, kokkuri-san." The fox spirit slowly turned over in his mat gazing at Kohina's small frame. Immediately, he switched on the light in the room;" Kohina what's wrong?' he said worried as the spirit looked over the girl she was shaking a bit and stood holding a stuffed bear. She closed her eyes tightly when a clash of thunder was heard from outside." Oh so that's it well I have something that will help." Kokkuri-san took Kohina's hand and led her to the kitchen. She sat in a chair and watched the fox spirit approach the stove;" Cup of noodles!" Kohina shouted hoping that was what he was making for her.

" No it's too late for that." She sighed sliding low into the chair as Shigaraki entered and sat next to the girl." I see you couldn't sleep either." He said taking a large gulp from his jug. Kokkuri-san frowned at the tanuki;" I surprised you can still drink that much as late as it is." He said pouring milk into a pot. The tanuki took another sip before answering;" It's a stress reliever besides this storm is really bad." Kokkuri-san's eyes went to the window; his head nodded in agreement with Shigaraki. With his ears, the fox could hear the thunder clearly; it was no wonder Kohina couldn't sleep.

He poured the heated milk into a glass and gave it to the girl." Here it will help you sleep." Kokkuri-san said rubbing her head as she sipped the beverage. The moment was peaceful until…" My darling!" Inugami bolted into the kitchen knocking Kohina to the floor his face burying into the girl's neck. Kokkuri quickly hit him with his frying pan and pushed Kohina behind him." Stupid dog I told you my daughter's not ready to fall in love!" His gaze went to the spilled milk on the floor." Thanks to you I have to clean this kitchen because you spilt Kohina's treat now how will she sleep!" the dog spirit smiled before staring at Kohina with hearts in his eyes." She can sleep with me!" upon hearing his words the fox spirit hit him again this time knocking the dog to the floor.

"Kokkuri-san stop." The fox looked at Kohina who stood in front of the dog. "He ran in here running away from a mysterious force." The fox fingered in chin in thought his daughter was right soon all three were gazing at Inugami curiously. He had his hands in his pockets and his eyes were downcast." There is something in my doghouse that scared me I don't know what it is but I ran before I could see." he stated. Immediately the three spirits walked in the rain to the doghouse." Kohina stay inside!" Kokkuri-san yelled he obviously didn't want the girl getting sick.

They entered the house, it was dark and they could barely see anything expect for Inugami's dolls of Kohina." The three searched looking for anything abnormal; then they heard faint snarls coming from the dog's bed. It was still dark so all they could see was a figure standing on the bed; Kokkuri positioned the frying pan as Inugami prepared his pistols. They moved to strike but the unknown creature fled the doghouse. "Hey it's heading for the shrine!" the tanuki yelled gaining his companion's attention." Kohina!" Kokkuri-san shouted as they followed him toward their home.

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