"Oi I swear t'you, lass I'm na gonna hurt you." The giant's brow furrowed into a look of growing concern as he peered under the darkness of the sofa in search of the tiny form that had vanished among the clusters of old dustbunnies and various items that had been pushed back and forgotten. He really needed to clean. But cleaning was the last thing on his mind right now. He was worried. Worried for the little human who'd scurried under his couch the moment he opened the little box to let her out that had been nearly 7 hours ago. And still she hadn't said a word or budged from her place in the very back corner just out of his reach.
He'd been content to let her stay there at first
but now he was legitimately worried. He knew she was still healing and that she needed to eat and drink to maintain what little strength she had. But she was refusing the water, little wafers and bits of meat he'd left for her. Her trust really must have been shat