Nightly Shadows: Chapter 2 It had been days and Sky could see Nahgem's rib cage through her thin, white and silver fur. He was nervous that she was going to never look or talk to him again and end up dying in that corner. He could see the frostbite starting on her ears and they bled for a fair amount of time. There was a pile of crickets beside her that she refused to eat. Half of them being Sky's in which he pushed through the bars trying to apologize. He was starting to doubt his hope in her and tried hard not to yell at her, but continued to speak. He talked about his life as a little pup to his life now. He tried hard not to say anything that might hurt Nahgem anymore. He didn't understand why she didn't speak back or move at all. He must have been asleep when she ever relieved herself. But even then, she wouldn't move.
Nightly Shadows: Chapter 1 Scared and helpless, Nahgem hung upside down in her new, cold cage. She shivered; she was never this cold before. She couldn't remember a time that she was, the heater from her other cage would always keep her warm, but here had death written everywhere. Twinkle didn't seem affected by the cold; she had a better coat of fur then the little fruit bat. Nahgem played with the silver band on her foot. She missed Jim and her books and her home. It was scary to think she'll never go home again. Scary that she'd never see Jim again. She sighed in loss of hope. A small Little Brown bat shifted over to the side of his cage closest to Nahgem since his was placed right against hers. He wasn't really brown and he also had a band on his foot, he was an orangey colour, golden almost. His eyes were big and blue and he looked at Nahgem in wonderment and curiosity. Nahgem felt his presence and turned her head toward him. "Hello." She said looking at
Nightly Shadows: Prologue Nahgem, an albino fruit bat, awaited her dinner as did another bat, a flying fox nearly five times her own size named Twinkle. They both were pets to a human named Jim and lived in a quiet warm place in his house on the second floor. It was Jim who had found Nahgem and kept her safe, she loved him for that and so did Twinkle, who's dark blue eyes looked down upon the little white ball of fur. Nahgem looked up and said. "Is something wrong, Twinkle?" she had never seen Twinkle's eyes filled with such concern, she's always calm and quiet. But her eyes told a completely different tale. Twinkle looked up and wrapped her large black wings tighter against her body. Her feet shifted from side to side on the branch the two hung upside down by. "It's late." She said shuffling her feet. "He should have been up here by now, I'm starving." Her stomach growled as she thought of food. "I wonder what's keeping him." "Maybe he's h