"Now!" I growled to Alice.
She darted from behind the bushes at the unsuspecting rabbit, and attempted to pounce at it, but the rabbit made a B-line around Her.
She Spun around after the rabbit and let out a mew, that I think was supposed to be a attempt at growl, and then took off after Her prey.
I kept pace behind her making Shure nothing went wrong(Dad would have my hide if anything happened to Alice).
Quickly the rabbit zigged off to the left, under a large log. I easily cleared it by leaping over, but Alice had a little bit harder time getting past the obstacle.
"Common Alice you've got to catch up!" I shouted.
She folded back Her ears and hissed "I know!".
Alice gave chase for a little bit longer before the rabbit dove safely into one of it's burrows.
We circled around the hole for a moment, and Alice tiredly pawed at the dirt around it, and then looked up at me with a disappointed look on Her face.
"Now what?" She asked.
"Nothing you can do now, you let your pray go. You weren't determined enough" I said sternly in reply.
"I'll never be like Mom or Dad!" She said stopping a clawed hand on the soft soil around the burrow.
Suddenly She bound of after a bug that flitted past her face, and I chased after her.
We came to the edge of a small clearing (a glade I guess you could call it), and wrestled around for a bit, before Alice got a little to rough and bit the tip of my ear, and drew blood. She apologized, and then was off chasing another bug.
Suddenly she stopped.
"What's the matter Alice?" I asked as I walked up beside Her.
Her facial expression was a mix of curiosity and a little fear.
"Who's that?" She asked snuggling up against me for protection.
I looked and my heart skipped with surprise.
Chasing after a deer through the field was what looked like another Were-cat, or at least what I took to be another Were-cat, judging from the body build and tail.
I gave a low growl, and answered Alice "I don't know but I think I'll go find out"
I readied my claws, told Alice to hide up in one of the trees, and bound off towards the figure.