Chapter 765: The Hidden Battles Between Young Snake and Young Leopards
After half an hour or so, the little snake finally managed to shed the skin from his tail and crawled out from the hole.
Parker noticed the movements behind him in the first instance. He swung his tail and dismissed the little snake’s thought of wanting to launch a sneak attack on him.
Bai Qingqing seemed to have sensed something and suddenly looked back. She saw a young boy with a long and slender body walking toward her. His straight red hair just reached his shoulder, and he looked elegant like a girl.
Of course, he just looked like one. The forking reproductive organs between his legs strongly proved his gender.
Bai Qingqing had been in antic.i.p.ation for very long, but when she finally saw the little snake’s appearance, she was still stunned for a while.
The little snake didn’t reduce his speed and walked up quickly to her. The leopard cubs at the side had their hair standing up as they let our low growls from their throats. They gathered together, looking especially united.
Bai Qingqing slapped off Eldest’s head. “Don’t stir up trouble.”
Although she was talking to the leopard cubs, Bai Qingqing’s eyes didn’t part from the little snake’s face. She sounded out, “Little snake?”
“It’s me.” The young man’s voice was soft and gentle, just like his appearance. It was hard to distinguish between that of a male and a female.
Bai Qingqing grinned, and the barrier she felt suddenly dissipated. She reached out and held the young man’s wrist. His cold touch caused her to shudder, and a layer of gooseb.u.mps broke out on her entire arm.
“Quickly sit down and warm up by the fire. You must be very cold, right?” Bai Qingqing said, her heart aching for him. As she said this, she was planning to take off her clothes for the little snake.
Parker hugged her, feeling displeased and saying, “You’ll catch a cold.”
“I have you,” Bai Qingqing said, trying to curry up to him. “I won’t feel cold if you hug me. It won’t matter if I were to take off one piece for the little snake.”
Parker’s mind became all floaty from the praise and somehow allowed Bai Qingqing to remove her clothing.
The young man seemed docile and sat down like Bai Qingqing told him to, but he secretly kicked the leopard in his way.
Eldest, who had been kicked away, had his eyes turned red and pawed at the ground. He let out a low growl and then bit toward him.
The young man had one hand by his back, grabbing the leopard cub by the mouth. However, he continued to smile as he looked at Bai Qingqing’s face.
Eldest’s black nose was being flattened, and he kept on scratching with his paws and backing off. However, he wasn’t able to break off from the hand.
The three leopards usually fought amongst each other, but their relations.h.i.+p was still quite good. When they saw that Eldest was being bullied, the other two stood up angrily and ran over to help him. Each of them chose a spot to bite.
At this moment, Bai Qingqing draped the clothing onto the little snake. The little snake tossed away the leopard in his hand under the cover of the clothing, knocking down the other two.
“Do you feel warmer?” asked Bai Qingqing as she looked at the little snake’s face.
“En, Mommy’s clothing is so warm.”
The elegant young man looked at Bai Qingqing with a focused gaze. His words were so sweet that she had the urge to take off another piece of clothing to give him.
Bai Qingqing felt a little embarra.s.sed to suddenly have such a big son. However, she continued to maintain her disposition as a mother. (Maybe.)
Unable to win against him, the leopard cubs kept their distance and cried out fiercely at the little snake.
Bai Qingqing beckoned toward them and said, “Why are you guys so far away? Come here quickly.”
The leopard cubs’ cries instantly turned sharp and aggrieved, their voices filled with complaints.
Bai Qingqing couldn’t help but throw a glance at the young man. She understood the snake beastmen’s characters. Could it be that the little snake had bullied the leopard cubs earlier?
Bai Qingqing was just making a guess, but Parker had completely understood the leopard cubs’ complaints. He narrowed his eyes and stared at the little snake.