Jacob and the wendigo had been walking for most of the day, when, the creature told Jacob to stay where he was, and then went out, into the woods on his own. It came back an half hour latter, dragging a dead deer behind him.
He tore of a chunk of the meat, cooked it in the fire, then passed it to Jacob, before ripping a hunk off, and eating it.
"Excuse me?" Jacob said. "C-can I ask you something?" He asked, the creature.
"Of course." The creature answered. "Ask away."
"Well I-I was wondering, how did you, get me out of the orphanage without anyone noticing?' He asked.
The creature's eyes went wide.
"W-what is it?" Jacob asked.
"Jacob...I'm sorry." The creature said. "I-I just lost control...I couldn't help it." He said
"You, k-killed them, didn't you?" Jacob said nervously, while backing up.
"Jacob, please you trust me right." The creature asked.
"Y-yeah...I do." Jacob said Baking away, before turning and running, into the woods.
Jacob ran through the woods for a little before, tripping over a root, and twisting his ankle, Jacob fell down crying in pain.
After a few minutes of him laying there, crying, Jacob heard noises behind him, and the Wendigo picked him up, and carried him back to where the fire was, he sat down on a stump, setting Jacob on his lap, and proceeded to twist his ankle back into place, causing Jacob to cry out in pain.
"Quite, it's your fault you're hurt you're the one who ran senselessly in to the woods." The Wendigo growled angerly, but then it realized that Jacob was hugging him. "J-Jacob, ummm what are you doing?" He asked.
"I-I'm sorry." Jacob Said, crying.
"Hey it's alright, I'm sorry, its not your fault." He said, picking Jacob up, and cuddling him.
Jacob, snuggled up to the creature. "I-Its not m-my fault?" Jacob asked.
"No, no its not your fault." The Wendigo whispered, soothingly. "In fact its mine, my fault that you ran away, and my fault that you're hurt." The Wendigo said. "So, I'm sorry." He apologized.
"I forgive you." Jacob said smiling, and cuddling closer.
"Thank you, for forgiving me, but I don't deserve it." He said.
"W-why not?" Jacob asked, looking up at him.
"With all the sins, and other horrible the things I've done, I don't deserve forgiveness, aseptically yours." The Wendigo said.
"Well I think, you deserve forgiveness." Jacob told him.
"I'm glad you think that." The Wendigo said, nuzzling Jacob.
The Wendigo held Jacob, in till he few asleep, when Jacob did fall asleep, the Wendigo, put the fire out, layed him down on the ground.