Chapter 844: Unt.i.tled
Forget it. So long as the leopard cubs were safe and sound.
Bai Qingqing comforted herself this way and prepared to clean up the place.
The cubs followed her in and ran to those piles of vomit, then started nibbling next to them.
Bai Qingqing finally couldn’t hold herself back from kicking at one of them, to stop him from coming into contact with the vomit.
These couldn’t be her sons.
She was only gone for a while, and her sons had turned into wild beasts who didn’t know when to stop eating.
Bai Qingqing merely kicked one of them, but all three fell down. The two who weren’t kicked acted like they were hurt from the impact of the fall due to their mommy’s kick and laid on the ground, howling.
Nearly vomiting blood from the anger, Bai Qingqing raged. “Get out, all three of you! Don’t come back today!”
Eyes br.i.m.m.i.n.g with tears, the leopard cubs ran to Bai Qingqing’s side and vigorously howled as they hugged her with their front paws.
Bai Qingqing was neither able to s.h.i.+ft her feet, nor was she able to pluck them away from her. The leopard cubs were like dogskin plasters that she couldn’t shake off.
Curtis, who entered with some charcoal ash, swept his gaze over the cubs, and the three of them instantly released their grip and fled the scene.
“You’re more awe-inspiring than me. They know I can’t defeat them in a fight, so they’re not scared of me at all.” With her arms crossed, Bai Qingqing was so furious that her chest was heaving up and down.
Curtis stroked her head and poured the charcoal ash on the vomit, and the funky odor in the house instantly lessened by a great magnitude.
The duo spent quite some time tidying up the house, before restoring it to its original condition. Alas, when they went upstairs, Bai Qingqing had the urge to resort to violence once more.
F*ck, the entire house was in a disordered state. Even if bandits had been here, they might not have achieved such an effect.
Little kids’ energy was simply unbelievable!
She was just wondering where to begin when the cries of the cubs rang from upstairs. At first, she had thought that those were from her own cubs and was about to lecture them, but she very quickly realized that the voice belonged to someone younger than her own leopard cubs.
“Who is it?”
Bai Qingqing walked in the direction of the sound.
Very quickly, several little tigers with fluffy fur walked out from one room. Immediately after, several wolf pups who bore a great resemblance to puppies emerged from another room.
Bai Qingqing held a hand to her forehead and continued waiting. Just as she expected, shortly after several litters of young beastmen came running out.
They were indeed having a party!
Several excited roars of leopards rang from outside. Right away, Bai Qingqing could tell that those were her leopard cubs. She turned around and, facing outside, glared at them fiercely.
The leopard cubs let out several loud roars. After that, the leopard cubs sprinted downwards all at once. From time to time the leopard cubs would b.u.mp into Bai Qingqing’s legs, making her stagger.
A pair of forceful arms grabbed hold of her, and from behind came Curtis’s voice.
“Go down and rest. I’ll tidy up the place. Do you want to eat something first?”
As he spoke, Bai Qingqing’s stomach let out a growl.
She didn’t eat well yesterday, leading to insufficient breast milk. After a moment’s hesitation, Bai Qingqing said, “It’s okay, I can just cook. I’ll be fine by myself.”
Curtis cast her a doubtful look. The latter said with a smile, “Before becoming mates with you guys I frequently cooked for myself too. It’s fine, don’t worry.”
She was an expert at cooking instant noodles.
Curtis said gently, “Just call me if you need help.”
“Mm.” Bai Qingqing nodded, but she wasn’t planning to ask him for help. At the very least, she didn’t have a fear of fire.
She went into the kitchen to take a look. The stove modified by Winston resembled the ones seen in farming villages in the modern era. Standing in the kitchen, Bai Qingqing surveyed her surroundings.
The ingredients at home were ready-made; there were dry wheat noodles, as well as dry starch noodles.