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Aleu's Return

By hrhwolflover94

Romance / Humor

Chapter 1

She hadn’t seen her papa in a little over two years, the ice bridge was formed again and allowed her clan to cross again the caribou had already crossed last night and when she realized that needed to cross she followed. There were more of the caribou now and she knew, that their old territory wouldn’t hold them all.

She seen the caribou moving towards an area that she knew all too well they were moving into the forest and surrounding area of her old home the town of Nome.

Two weeks later

She had found an area with the caribou still in and was able to find a good enough den site for her clan and for her for she was now had four cubs to look after there was two males and two females, one of her little boys looked like her father so named him Balto, the other male was called Muick while the females were called Melody and Sarafine.

They were growing quickly and yet she had introduced them to her father, she left the pups on hunt with another female of the clan and with the rest of the hunters she was able to surround a lone caribou but there was someone else hunting that day.

Balto’s Pov

He still went hunting every now and then he couldn’t get out of the habit of it and this was because he was a half-wolf and he had to learn to hunt to keep him alive when he was younger and this he kept doing every now and then. He needed to sometimes he lived with Jenna sometimes but not a lot of times, he got food from there and scrapes from the butcher but now he was at the point where he needed to eat something more filling.

This lead to go out hunting he heard that there were caribou living in the area, he knew that they would keep full for a while. He was just thinking that he wouldn’t find any but he did a lone young adult, only just turned into adult if his horns were anything to go by.

He was downwind from the caribou, he was waiting for it to come closer to him and then he would strike.

Aleu’s Pov

They were going to need to get closer it was walking away from them, when suddenly she seen another wolf jump at the caribou and within a couple of minutes it had killed the caribou. It moved around to its back and started eating it she realized then who the other wolf was, it was her papa she had heard about him making kills but hadn’t seen him make one.

She moved out from her hiding place and said ‘’Papa??‘’

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