How Easy You Are to Knead Chapter 3/3
Biscuit and Charcoal
summary: Virgil’s humans are evidently terrible at assessing threats.
warnings: a little bit of nervousness
wordcount: 1.8 K
note: this takes place a few months after Chapter 2, sometime in the summer.
Virgil was alone. This used to be the norm, but he had grown used to having his humans around, and now he was lonely without them. He didn’t even stay in the house; it felt strange to be the only living thing in there. The others had gone into town a few days ago to trade vegetables from Patton’s garden and meat Roman had hunted for other things they needed. Virgil had no desire to be among that many humans, especially so soon after the full moon, so he stayed behind.