Jenna shrugged. "Doesn't matter to me." she said. She looked at the fawn considering which part too get at first. Well, the obvious choice would be to start with the lags, so she tore off a leg and started tearing into it.
Lavinia heard a sound behind her. She spun around and snarled, showing her blood stained teeth at the coyote trying to sneak up and steal their kill. It turned and ran, and Lavinia returned to her meal. "You want some of the intestines?"
Lavinia laughed then sank her teeth into the fawns belly. After eating her fill, she walked into the water and used her power to wash all the blood, fur, and bits of meat from the fawn off her fur and muzzle. "When you are done, I'll do the same to you, if you'd like," She said, turning back to Jenna.
Jenna finished and shook her head. "I'm nothing to baby around," she said. She walked over to the river and washed herself. When she was don't, she walked over to Lavinia. "Let's keep on going," she said.
"It's not that," Jenna said, "It's just that the longer we travel, the more despair we'll have, and then eventually we'll just want to give up. I've heard many stories from visitors to the city about it."