The timber wolves left him for dead after the attack. They dragged away the two pack members he had killed in the fight and tended to a scar that Shocka would wear forever.
Omar and the K-9 Town pack were his family. They had brought out qualities that he never realized he possessed. Additionally, he was feeling better than he ever had, thanks to the females’ nurturing ways.
This was his train of thought as he bravely walked into the camp of Shocka Din.
Wolf Bennie Ba was again, The Ghost.
If trouble started here, there would be a few less for Omar Blue to handle because he intended to leave his mark. He would start with Shocka Din.
Big black timber wolf Shocka Din couldn't conceal his amazement when he saw The Ghost push his way through his followers to come face to face with him.
“Bet you can't say that about the two you all had to drag away,” said The Ghost.
“Ha. What do you want here and what makes you think you'll get away alive, Ghost?” growled Shocka Din with a deadly look on his face.
“I want to know why you're here. You know I don't have a problem dying,” said The Ghost.
Shocka looked hard, remembering what a fierce warrior The Ghost was. No, he didn't have a problem dying and no doubt would take more of Shocka's followers with him.