Mowgli’s Road

Red River Brewery 
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She’d be lying if she said she didn’t imagine wolves as bros that like put each other in headlocks and shit for no reason. And picked on the little dudes. That was kinda Twilight’s vibe????

That was also basically all her brain activity on the way to the brewery.

Katya already knew how to get to it from memory. It was just past six when she parked in the lot (raining again), and yep, the smell of greasy food hit her as soon as she walked in, hair wet. She slid out of her faux leather jacket, draped it over her arm, and just, like, ambled around. Put a fingernail between her teeth without biting, eyes roving for Alina.
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#2
With everything going on lately, Alina was sincerely grateful for the monotony of running a pretty successful brewery. The news of a monstrous jaguar racing through the college town of Larkspur had set everyone on edge about Weres. Again. No riots this time, fortunately, but it still left the wolf leader uncomfortable and wary. Now, more than ever, she was pleased that her wolves were (relatively) well-behaved and mindful. She was also pleased that the subject of Were gossip had changed from kissing to “omg did you see the leopard on the news?” “No that’s a jaguar” “omg omg omg”. If the wolves weren’t the center of attention, Alina was a happy camper.

Speaking of local celebrities, Katya was here. The Wolf King didn’t see her immediately — counting money at the register was a focus-required task — but once she had been spotted, Alina paused in what she was doing, a stack of fives in hand. "What’s up, Kat?" She smiled just slightly, using one hand to text Sullivan, telling him Katya was here.
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Katya's gaze roved to the register literally a beat before Alina said her name. "Hey!" came the immediate greeting, face lighting up. Wolf boss looked busy. Did that reaaaaallly matter?

Nah uh.

She shuffled over quickly, rounding the register to give Alina a one-armed side hug if she let her. Rest assured, NO LESS AFFECTIONATE than if it was a two-armed hug. She was just carrying her jacket in the other, ok. :'((

"You told me to come. See, I'm the most reliable w- biiitch out there," Katya said. Bitch didn't fit well there?? But. She'd needed a quick replacement. Shrug.
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Oh. Oh, again with the hugging. Was this a thing? Her wolf lifted her head and chuffed quietly, pleased with the contact even if Kat wasn’t completely a wolf yet. Okay, sure. Whatever. She stood there, a touch tense, though her shoulders dropped and relaxed once the girl stepped back.

Any remaining tension left when Alina laughed at her self-correction. There were so many things she could have run with and instead she’d gone for “bitch”. Okay, Katya. "Reliable is good," She responded, the smile on her face faint as she counted out 150 in fives and put it in the register drawer before slipping the rest into the small money bag.

"How goes?" It had been a little while since they had chatted and Alina had been busy since then. "I might have found a job for you," She also said, looking over her shoulder to see where Sullivan was.
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Alina was good cuddling height - not too much taller, but not the same height either - and yep she was totally laughing??? Katya laughed back because it was a contagious thing, eventually pulling her arm back down to her side. She absolutely ignored the money counting task at hand, gaze set on wolf boss now that she’d found her.

”For real? Where??” Katya skipped straight past the small talk question, beaming brightly.
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