FOX OF FRIENDSHIP CHAPTER 19. APOLOGY
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Judy hurried on all fours pass of the boulders and through of the bushes behind of the boulders to catch up Nick, hoping that the fox-kitten hadn't got too far and far beyond of her reach.
However, she searched for Nick with her eye sight, looking there and here, everywhere, to catch even some glimpse of the fox's fluffy and black-tipped tail disappearing behind of the trees and bushes or the glimpse of the fox's black-tipped ears moving above of the bushes.
But, however, there was no any sight of Nick in anywhere, which prompted Judy to use her tracking skills, which she used the last time she hunted down that fox earlier, instead of pointlessly using her eyes.
And so, Judy remained still, closed her eyes, lifted her pointed fox ears up and fell into a full concentration, attempting to use her the rabbits' natural accurate hearing - which was now merged with the foxes' sense of hearing due to t