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City of Trees

City of Trees

by SanjanaIndica
What gives us our will to live? Is it our accomplishments? The people around us? Or is it the instinct to survive, no matter how bad it hurts? A deer recently widowed, and his natural predator a dhole, together will find the answers.

WARNING: Many themes involving death, depression, and suicide. Some blood, gore, and other disturbing imagery.

https://www.deviantart.com/sanjanastone
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City of Trees

What gives us our will to live? Is it our accomplishments? The people around us? Or is it the instinct to survive, no matter how bad it hurts? A deer recently widowed, and his natural predator a dhole, together will find the answers.

WARNING: Many themes involving death, depression, and suicide. Some blood, gore, and other disturbing imagery.

https://www.deviantart.com/sanjanastone

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Apologies for the delay! Recovering from a killer infection. Wasn't able to so much as sit up for more than five minutes without almost vomiting from the agony. XP But, getting better, so here we go! Updates shall resume on Wednesdays as per usual.
NikuComics
September 12th, 2018
..... noooo ;A;
"Are you injured? 'Cause if so I gotta go real quick to uhh let a doctor know. Yeah. Be right back, I'mma bring them right over."
An extra page for the week!
@SanjanaIndica: I was on the other side here. x'D But I understand how it could be misunderstood. ^w^ But eitherway, I like how you set up this "drama" between the two.
@NikuComics: That is correct! Wild animals really don't care about 'morals' or even the long term idea of how much food might still be available in the future. (It's why oftentimes maintaining animal populations also includes hunting down predators, to ensure they don't overhunt their prey!) They just target what is easiest in that moment 'cause anything else is putting themselves in unnecessary danger and unnecessarily using up energy.
I've actually always thought that this is how wild predetors think when choosing out a meal.