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The Taste of Blood

-- one month before --

The gray bunny slowly walked through the empty hallway. Her eyes still tried to adjust to the light that was provided by the small flashlight in her paws when she carefully moved forward. She knew that she had to get out of this place soon. The doe again checked the stopwatch that hung around her neck.

Just ten more minutes. I just must make it for ten more minutes, and this nightmare will be over, she thought when a sudden noise jerked her to a halt. An old instinct kicked in and let her cower down on her four paws. With risen ears and an anxiously twitching nose, the small gray bunny waited in the darkness of the empty place.

Why me? Why must this happen to me?


Three years ago, Jody ran away from home to become a famous actor in Zootopia – the city where everyone can be everything. It was the night after her graduation from school when she had that terrible argument with her parents. How dare they think the most popular bunny from high school will become some carrot farming nobody’s wife. She knew that she was born for more - that she was better than the rest. And she had to leave that stinky Podunk if she ever wanted to prove this.

Reality hit her hard when she finally arrived in the big city. The dream of becoming the next Jessica Rabbit in no time soon went up in smoke. And Jody had to learn the hard way that life could be difficult, especially in a big city like Zootopia. So, she worked hard. Ran from one casting to the next and scratched a living by doing any job she could get. Even if it included certain services that bunnies are famous for – besides carrot farming of course. But even if her life was a mess, she was too proud to go back home with her fuzzy wuzzy tail between her legs. No, she would hang on. And there was still the booze to ease her crappy life.

This one night, she was on her way to the seedy little motel she called her home since she arrived at the city. The owner didn’t ask questions about her age, and he also accepted some of her special services as payment when she ran low on cash.

Another casting turned out to be just an attempt of a so-called ‘director’ to bed some naïve little wannabe starlets from the country, the doe thought when she entered an alley. At least she could convince him that her effort deserved some reward. After all, it was enough to pay her rent for two more weeks. Or it would have been if she wouldn’t have taken a little refreshment at that bar halfway.

It was then when she heard a muffled pop and felt that sting shortly afterward. Her paw hadn’t the time to reach for the tranquilizer dart in her neck before her vision blurred and everything became dark.

The next thing she remembered that bright light which had woken her up. After her eyes had adjusted to her new surroundings, she realized that she had to be in a hospital. Everything was covered in white tiles, and she was lying in a hospital bed. She checked herself for some injuries but found nothing other than some punctures that might be caused by an IV. Beside the bed, she found a little table with a glass of water and two energy bars for lagomorphs. Jody mustn’t have eaten anything for hours so tore open the wrappings and shoved the delicious tread into her mouth. When she also drank up the provided water, she suddenly became aware that something was odd with this room. The lack of any windows might be plausible. A lot of the hospitals also had some rooms underground for mammals that used to live there anyways. And since she was a bunny it would make total sense. Also, the fact that the bed was apparently built to fit for larger mammals was nothing suspicious. In the city’s overcrowded hospitals, this happens all time. No, what disturbed her was the fact that there was no closet for the patient’s belongings or a button on the bed to call a nurse. Instead, she found a CCTV that was mounted in a corner just beneath the ceiling. And what sense would it make to add two doors to the room on opposite walls? The confused doe removed the sheets around her to get out of the bed when she noticed the next curiosity. She didn’t wear one of these ugly hospital gowns. No, she was dressed in a tank top and some shorts.

What kind of place is that, Jody thought to herself when she slid onto the floor just to realize in an instant that she must have been longer in the bed that she thought at first. Her tired legs gave in, and she could just manage to take a hold in time before she fell. After gathering herself, Jody thought it would be best to get some answers by herself and tried to open one of the doors just to notice that it was locked. She soon became aware that the other one was locked as well. She was trapped.

“Hey! Open up that damn door! Open up! Don’t you hear me?” The bunny yelled while her tiny paws hammered against the metal of the door in front of it.

She hadn't any ideas how long she tried. Her yelling soon turned out into begging. Finally, she sunk to the floor and hid her face in her tiny paws when tears started to run down her cheeks.

“Open the door. Please, open the door,” Jody sobbed desperately. “Please.”

“Well, good morning my little bunny. It seems you made yourself acquainted with your surroundings already,” a distorted voice suddenly spoke calmly. Jody quickly realized that there had to be a speaker attached to the CCTV. “Ah, I see you also had your little breakfast. Good. You will need the energy for our little game. Oh, don’t worry, it’s quite simple. In a minute, I will open the door. Five minutes later, a hunter will start to chase you. If you are still alive after an hour, you are free to go. I’ll provide you two items that may come in handy. Good luck.”

A small hatch opened in a wall next to one of the doors and offered a flashlight and a small black box.

“Ah, I almost forgot to say. Don’t waste your time and energy with calling for help. Nobody will come. And you won’t make it too easy for the hunter to find you, will you? So, you better prepare yourself. You are the first bunny in this game, and I expect a good show.” As sudden as it appeared, the voice was gone again and left the confused bunny alone with her thoughts.

What? What was that? Is that some sick joke? Or some reality TV show? Jody thought when she got up from the floor. That guy can’t be serious.

She started to observe the two items in the hatch. The flashlight was a light LED device which seemed to provide a good amount of light. It had a clip on one side and could also be recharged by shaking it as it was shown on a small label. The black box had a display on it and was attached to a neckband. She couldn’t see any buttons on it, but it showed a timer that was running down. It had to be something like a stopwatch. Next to the remaining time, the words ‘GET READY’ was displayed. It started to beep when the last ten seconds started, and the text started to flash.

They had to be kidding me, Jody thought again. If they dare to believe that they can fool me with such a tall tale, they are wrong. I won’t play such a stupid game.

Suddenly, one of the doors swung open, and the box in her paw beeped again. The timer now ran down from five minutes, and the message changed to ‘RUN AND HIDE'.

This had to be a joke, the gray doe thought again while she was still staring at the device in her paw. But there was this nervousness which gradually increases inside her. She still considered what to do when the voice appears again.

“I may haven’t made myself clear enough, my little bunny. I’m sorry about that. You must run and hide. -  Now. You may have noticed the second door to this room. Well, let me say it that way. It would be a bad idea to stay at this place.”

The kindly voice became way more sinister when it spoke the next words: “You may still think that this is some bad joke. But I assure you that I’m absolutely serious. So, start running! NOW!”

This was it. Jody knew she had to move. She put the small little box on her neck and snatched the flashlight before she ran through the door into the dark hallway.


The previous noise turned out to be nothing. So, the trembling little bunny kept moving. Another check of the timer showed that the last five minutes would start soon.

You can make this, Jody, the doe thought to herself. And afterward, you will leave this city. You will go home to your family and beg them for their forgiveness. You will tell your parents that you love them. And you will say that they were right, all along.

Suddenly, the small black box around her neck started to beep again. And it seems to her that it was even louder than before. The display showed a new message. ‘JUST 5 MORE MINUTES. YOU CAN DO IT’.

“No! No! No! Please, stop,” Jody begged just when a loud hissing was heard in the darkness. In her panic, she tried to silence the sound of the infernal device with her tiny paws when she started to run. Unable to see properly she missed a nail that stuck out of a wall. It hit her on her upper arm and cut a nasty wound in it. Another hissing sound just answered Jody's cry in pain. And this time it was way closer. Too close. In a sudden inspiration, she tore the still beeping stopwatch from her neck and threw it behind her. The wounded doe was scared to death when she kept running through the dark hallway. She attached the flashlight to her top while trying to stop her arm from bleeding with her free paw.

After she had turned another corner on her run, Jody switched off her light and pressed her back against the wall. She breathed heavy when her keen ears tried to scan her surroundings again. She still could hear the beeping in the distance. But there was nothing else.

I fooled him, the gray bunny thought in relief. I fooled him. It can’t be more than one or two minutes now. Thank God.

She slowly peeked around the corner and angled her ears in the last known direction of the terrible sound to be sure that her hunter didn’t follow. There was no noise but her own anxious breathing. She closed her eyes and sighed heavy when she suddenly felt a blow to her upper back. The force of the impact let her slit onto the floor a few feet. Jody kept lying on her side for a moment before she became aware what happened right now. Her hunter found her. She was so close, but in the end, she lost the game.

No! You won’t give up that easy, Jody! Pick yourself up and run! You just have to run for a bit, and you will be safe! The terrified doe thought to herself. She was ready to use her last resources, jump to her feet and run as fast as she could. But why couldn’t she move? And more important. Why couldn’t she even feel something below her neck anymore? There was nothing she could do besides lying on her side and waiting while she heard the scratching sound of claws on the floor next to her.

“Please, this just doesn't happen,” she whispered weakly, while tears started to run down her cheeks again. “Wake up, Jody. It is nothing that a bad dream.”

She wasn’t aware of the massive paw on her side until she was pushed on her back with enough force to let her head roll in the direction of her attacker. But it was too dark to see anything. She just could hear the deep growling and feel the warm breath of the large predator on her muzzle.

“Please. Wake up,” Jody sobbed again when she heard that strange ripping sound and felt that her torso must be rocked on the floor.

What happens? What was the noise? She thought in panic. It was kind of fortunate that she couldn’t feel or see what her merciless hunter did to her body. Even the evolved predators in this city would be disgusted by the view.

“Please…” the wounded bunny begged again.

Suddenly, the lights in the hallway turned on, and she saw a female cougar in front of her. The large feline drew back from her body and started to struggle before she fell to the ground. The feline wore similar clothes as Jody. But there was something more. There was that large collar on her neck which also had that strange device attached to it. A green light was flashing on it, and it emitted an odd sound, just loud enough to be caught by the bunny’s acute hearing. When Jody's bloodstained eyes wandered to the muzzle of the passed out mountain lion a gasp escaped her. This red stain. Was this – blood? Was this her blood? Unable to move her head she tried to watch down her abdomen, but all she could manage to see was that small pile of blood next to her that slowly became larger and larger.

Her eyes widened in shock.

“No! Please! It can’t be real. It can’t be…” Jody cried in agony when she heard a painful moan from the cougar next to her. She saw the large feline sit up and start to rub her backhead slowly.

What happened to her? The paralyzed bunny thought. Was this caused by those Nighthowler drugs from the news? But it seems that she is acting normal again. She has to be normal again.

“M - Madam, please. C-Can you understand me?” Jody stammered weakly. Her lungs burned when she tried to speak. The ears of the cougar had twitched before she turned towards her. With a puzzled face, the feline observed one of her blood covered paws before her gaze turned on the little bunny in front of her.

“Oh, thank God! Madam, please! You must *cough* help me. Somebody must have subjected you to those Nighthowler drugs and…”

“One moment, please,” the feline spoke in a friendly but painfully voice before she stood up and reached for her shorts. The sound of an opened Velcro fastener let the poor bunny’s blood ran cold. It was just too similar to the other nasty sound she just heard when the still savage cougar did something with her belly.

“Madam, please. They also took all of my…” Jody tried to explain when the cougar interrupted her again:

“Oh, shush you, my little bunny.”

What was that? My little bunny. Weren’t they the same words that the mysterious voice used before, the terrified doe thought with widening eyes.

The cougar pulled a small case and napkin out of pocket and started to remove the blood from her muzzle and paws. When she finished cleaning herself, she opened the case and put the glasses from inside on her muzzle. Afterward, she cowered next to the bunny in the slowly increasing pile of blood and began to observe the mangled body of her prey.

“Well, my little bunny,” she finally spoke in her usual friendly voice and with a warm smile on her muzzle. “It seems to me that you just won our little game. And I won’t break my own rules. You are free to go. Hop home.”

“B-But how…” Jody started to stammer again.

“Oh! You wonder how you will do that?” the feline interrupted her again. “Well, I’ve got some good and some bad news for you. The bad news is that your spine is crushed which would make you palsied for the rest of your life.”

Jody could scarcely believe her ears when she heard this. She wanted to question the cougar when she was cut off again.

“Well, the good news on the other paw is that due to that giant wound on your abdomen, you won’t suffer that long. You can trust me with that. I’m a doctor.”

“What. But why would you…” the moribund bunny whispered.

“You want to know why it had to be you? Well that is an excellent question, and I would love to explain it to you.” the cougar cut her off again with a cheering voice.

“Well, my little Jody.” With pleasure, the feline noticed the surprise in the gray bunny’s eyes when she called her by her name. “Yes, I did my homework. A little runaway. Left her home in the burrows to become a famous actor in the big city. And after three long years, you are still hunting for your dream. Some mammals may call you determined. A trier. Oh, how was that song: ‘Try Everything’”

She laughed heartily before her gaze turned into a frown. “You want to know what I would call mammals like you? An illness. Like a virus, you infect the society. You are weak, and slow down the others around you. And I won’t allow this anymore. I won’t let such sick mammals walk around these streets anymore or let infect more and more of Zootopia their breed.”

The cougars gaze drifted away when she kept talking.

“Do you remember that speech from that heroic bunny cop of Zootopia about a year ago? Thousands of years ago, predators survived due to their aggressive hunting instincts. Well, this is not the whole truth. We were there to regulate. We got rid of the weak, of the unworthy. And it was the day when I was hit by one of those Nighthowler pellets from that maniac sheep when I realized that I have to do it too. I can still taste the blood of my first prey on my tongue.”

The cougar licked her lips with pleasure.

“Oh, my little Jody, I’m glad that I wasn’t allowed to do surgeries since that day. I don’t know if I could behave myself from digging my fangs into the delicious flesh.”

The feline shook her head sheepishly before she continued her tale.

“Yes, it was an accident then, but soon I became aware that I have to continue the legacy of my ancestors. I’m a deadly weapon, designed by Mother Nature herself to get rid of the weak. I have to heal the society. It is my duty, as a doctor and as a predator. So I started to search for them. Unworthy mammals.

The gaze of the cougar focused on Jody again when she saw that the eyes of the weak bunny started to close tiredly. With a worried expression, she put a paw to the does head and shook it gently.

“Oh, you can’t do this to me. You are the first who made it that far, and it is such a pleasure to have someone to talk to.”

The feline smiled relieved when the weak bunny opened her eyes again. Her big paws start to stroke Jody’s head gently.

“Yes, that’s the spirit. Well, you may ask how am I supposed to choose who’s worthy and who’s not. I asked myself the same question. I mean, who am I to decide this. So I set up this little challenge. Who else than Mother Nature should be the judge in this? One hour to prove yourself. All I need is a little bit of Nighthowlers and this little gadget here.”

The cougar reached to the collar on her neck and opened the latch. She removed it and wagged it in front of the paralyzed doe.

“Do you like it? I made it myself. An auto-injector will dispense the Nighthowler antidote into my blood after an hour. You survive long enough, and you will no longer have to deal with the savage me. And as you see, I’m a real nice mammal after all.”

The feline put her paw on her knees and gave a deep sigh.

“Well, I hate to prove myself wrong, but I was wrong with you. You can consider yourself as worthy. I would shake your paw, but I guess that would be kind of… You know what? Who cares?”

With this words, she took Jody’s limb paw and shook it enthusiastically.

“Please. I don’t want to…. I don’t…” Jody whispered when bloodstains started to run down from the corner of her mouth.

“What was that?” The cougar asked when she put a paw to her ear to indicate the bunny to speak louder. “You want to say something?”

“Mommy. Daddy. I’m so sorry... You were right all along. I wish I could…”

Jody couldn’t continue her last sentence when she gave her final breath. The little gray bunny in front of the deadly predator was gone. The cougar didn’t move and stared on her prey.

Well, that was a first time. I never thought I would need the fail safe I built in the stopwatch, she thought when one of her paws started to rub the back of her head again.

“I guess I have to rethink the mixture of the antidote and the sedative again. There has to be a way to get rid of those terrible headaches afterward.”

She got up and moved her gaze to the little body in front of her again.

“You surprised me, Jody. And I don’t like surprises. I guess it will be better to let the watch start beeping at ten minutes the next time. But nonetheless, it was a nice to talk to somebody. Know what? You deserved a little reward.”

The cougar reached for the neck of Jody’s lifeless body, lifted it from the ground and slung it over her shoulder. She didn’t care about the blood. She never expected to be that clean after the hunt or that the little napkin in her pocket would be enough to clean more than the spot for her glasses. The clothes would be burned anyways, and she couldn’t wait for her usual warm shower. The grumbling of her stomach was also something new to her. No, this little bunny was a whole new experience, and she liked that. The feline turned her head towards the gray doe on her shoulder and smiled when a sudden idea came into her mind.

“Oh, I know. I will enjoy your flesh with some fava beans and a nice chianti,” she cheered when her tongue greedy liked her lips.


“Hey, Jody. Open the door. It’s time for the rent.”

The old ram kept hammering at the room door of the ran down motel. “Open now. I won’t ask anymore, little starlet.”

There was no reply.

“Ok, you had your chance, cotton tail.” The annoyed landlord reached for his keyring and opened the door. The room was empty. And it also seemed that there hadn't been somebody for days.

“Hmm... Another one who didn’t make it in the big city. She might run home to mommy and daddy again.”

It wasn’t the first time this happened at his place, and he knew that it wouldn't be the last time either.

“She could have brought her key back at least,” he grumbled. “What a shame. She was such a sweet girl. And she also had a cute little ass.”

Savage Ways - Chapter 02
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Welcome to chapter 2 of my little story. A big thank you to DancingLunarWolves for his proof reading and all the others who still encourage me to keep on. You are all awesome :dummy:

I don't own Zootopia and it's characters...

The nice little cougar in this chapter is and OC of mine... you will learn more about her soon ;)

P.S. The name of the bunny in this chapter was Jody not Judy... just want to say that again :D
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The gray bunny slowly walked through the empty hallway. Her eyes still tried to adjust to the dim light of her flashlight when she carefully moved forward. Something was odd with this place.

“I have a very bad feeling about this, Nick.”

She waited for the usual teasing response. But there was nothing. There wasn’t a single source of sound at all. All she could hear was her own heartbeat in the darkness of this place. Where was her partner?

“This is Officer Hopps. I lost sight of Officer Wilde.”

Nothing. The radio was dead. But hadn’t she just called dispatch a few minutes ago?

Nick, where are you? Judy thought nervous.

She was alone.

Ok, Judy. Focus. He was just behind you. Just wait for him to catch up, the young doe encouraged herself. She took a deep breath and tried to calm down. He can’t be that far away, can he? But why couldn’t she even hear him? Suddenly, her flashlight started to jitter.

“No! No! No! Please not now. Oh, sweet cheese and crackers. Nick, where are you?”

Judy wasn’t afraid of the dark. Bunnies always lived underground, so there were plenty of situations without any source of light. No, it was this place which started to frighten her.

“Dispatch. This is Officer Hopps. Do you copy?” The radio remained silent.

Finally, the flashlight died but other than her expectation, there was still a weak source of light around a corner in front of her. And wasn’t there also the shape of somebody at the wall? Carefully, the gray bunny started to get closer to the corner. Her nose started to twitch when she tightens the grip on her tranq gun and peeked in the crossing hallway. What she spotted there took her a load of her mind. Her missed partner stood in the center of the corridor with his back towards her.

“Nick. I’m so glad that I found you. Where have you been?” said the relieved doe as she lowered her gun and started to walk towards the red fox. But there was no reaction from him. Not even a twitch of his ears.

“Nick? Don’t you hear me?” Judy spoke up. There was still no single movement of her partner. He kept staring at the floor in front of him. His shoulders and ears hung low and his tail laid flat on the floor.

“Nick! What’s wrong! Please speak to me! Nick!” She yelled at top of her voice when she started to run towards her friend.

She almost reached him when he turned his head towards her. Dark strains of tears ran down the fur below his empty eyes.

“Judy,” the fox spoke with a weak voice. “You are too late. Why weren’t you here? Why didn’t you help?”

“What are you talking about, Nick? Please, what is going on?” The gray doe shouted as she increased her speed.

Nick turned his head away again and continued staring along the corridor in front of him.

“You are too late, Judy.” He spoke again. “Why weren’t you here? Why Judy? Why?”

Tears started to drop from the eyes of the gray bunny as she reached Nick.

“Nick, please speak to me. What are you doing? What I’m too late f…”

What she saw in that moment reduced her to silence. How was this possible? She reached her paw for her partner next to her but she grabbed into nothing. The fox beside her was gone. She was alone with that bloody mess in front of her. The torso and the ZPD uniform were torn apart. Lifeless eyes stared towards her. A gasp escaped Judy’s mouth when she puts her paws in front of it and sunk on her knees.

“No. NO! NO! This can’t be. Please, it can’t be.” she cried in agony.

“Judy.” the body in front of her suddenly spoke. Cold, lifeless eyes stared right towards her.

What? How is this possible? This can’t be real, Judy thought in panic.

“Judy. Why weren’t you here? I thought you are my friend.”

“I am your friend. I came as fast as I could. Please, I came as fast as I could,” the gray doe sobbed.

“Judy...”

“Why did you let me die?”




“No!”

Judy opened her eyes in panic. She slowly became aware of her surroundings. This was her room.

“A nightmare,” the shaking bunny spoke to herself. “Just another nightmare.”

The soft pitter patter of rain on her window and the usual sounds of the city helped her to finally calm down a bit. At least, the terrible silence was gone.

The gray doe reached for her alarm clock to check the time.

Just two hours of sleep so far, she thought when her paw with the clock weakly fell beside herself on the bedsheets.

There was no way that she would go back to sleep that easy. So, it was probably the best to do what also helped in the nights before. She switched on the small bedside lamp and slowly slid out of the sheets. Judy reached underneath the bed and dragged forth a small wooden crate. ‘Bunnyburrows Best – Fruit juices and wine’ was written in fancy letters on the cover.

Nick would have loved it, the trembling doe thought sadly when she removed the cap and took the last remaining bottle of blueberry wine.

She wasn’t a drinker. Sure, since some of her uncles ran a little fruit juice production plant there was always plenty of good fruit wines at the family celebrations back at the burrows but since she was always focused on higher goals - like becoming the first bunny office of Zootopia - there was no place for stuff that would probably slow her down like alcohol. At least not too much of it.

Judy sat down at her small desk and took a large sip of the liquid treat. She closed her eyes to let herself carry away by the familiar taste. Back to better times at a better place. She could smell the fresh air of the green hills after a passing shower, she heard the laughing of her family at their annual harvest celebration and she saw the endless shades of red and brown colors on the trees all around their family’s farm. She missed that good old times so much time right now. No worries. No loss. No grief.




Nick would have loved it, Judy though again, when she waged the now empty bottle in her paw. He and his blueberries.

Her purple eyes wandered to the badge in her other paw.

“Serve and protect…” she sighed silently. “Two simple tasks and I even failed them. Why wasn’t I there? Why couldn’t I help you? Why couldn’t I protect you?”

The shield, which took her so many efforts to finally earn, slit out from shaking paws and fell on the floor. Was she even worthy to wear it anymore?

Her vision was blurred by tears and alcohol when Judy’s looked to the plenty framed pictures on her desk. A lot of them showed her family but she focused on a certain one. It showed her together with some of her fellow officers.

“I’m so sorry,” she whispered softly when she took it in her paws to get a better view on a certain mammal. “I wasn’t there in time."

Her eyelids slowly become heavier and heavier when she was gently overwhelmed by her own tiredness.

The sound of shattering glass harshly pulled her back from Morpheus sweet embrace. The frame was slid from her paws and laid crushed on the floor next to her badge.

Was it that? Was her dream broken like the glass? Was she broken too? Judy wanted it to end. She desperately thought how she could escape the situation. The terrible memories when she was awoken and the horrors of her dreams. She had to find a way because she knew that she couldn’t handle them any longer.

As a last-ditch attempt, the tired doe reached for her duty belt. Judy stared at the tranq gun in her paws. She knew about the risks of the sedative. One dart won’t be that harmful, but nonetheless, she would be wasted in the morning. At least, there won’t be any more nightmares. No more bad memories. No more blood. No more guilt. Nothing but a dreamless sleep and a terrible headache in the morning. And it was worth it. So, her tiny paws begun to remove one of the darts when a soft knocking was heard from the door.

“Judy? Are you alright? I heard a noise from your room.” a familiar voice spoke.

“I’m fine,” Judy lied. She was anything but fine right now.

“May… May I come in?” the mammal on the hallway asked worried.

“I said I’m fine. I… I just needed to drink some water,” the doe lied again, unable to hide some sobs when she spoke.

“Listen, Judy. I know how you feel right now. We all struggle with the loss. But you don’t have to go through all of it by yourself. I’m here for you. Let me help you,” the insistent mammal replied. “Please, Judy. Open the door.”

Finally, Judy put down her tranq gun and the dart on the table and jumps from her chair. She carefully avoided all the broken glass on the floor, which wasn’t that easy in her tipsy state and walked for the door. But how could she even watch him in the eyes?

Everything went wrong because of me, Judy thought when she put her paw on the door knob. Everything because of a dumb bunny who doesn’t know about her own capabilities.

The door opened and the emerald eyes of the red fox in front of it wandered through the room. He scanned the area around the desk and sighed weakly before he focused on the little gray bunny in front of him that tried to avert his gaze. The fox took a knee down to be on the same level as the sobbing doe and gently put a paw on her shoulder.

“Carrots, please look at me. I’m here for you. I’ll always be here for you,” Nick spoke with a calm voice.

He gently moved his paw from Judy's shoulder, placing it underneath her chin and slowly lifting her face towards his. Fresh tears ran from her bloodshot amethyst eyes when she abruptly wrapped her smaller paws around him, embracing the red fox in a deep fervent hug. Nicks muzzle turned to a relieved smile when he replied the hug with one paw and softly started to stroke her droopy ears on her back

“All right there. I’m here. Everything is fine,” Nick whispered to his partner.

“No,” Judy sobbed and shook her head at his warm chest. “N- Nothing is fine.”

The trembling of her body increased.

“Nick.”

Judy lifted her head so he could see the desperation in her eyes. Eyes that usually were full of joy and encouragement. Eyes that so often proved to him that he could be more than just a shifty street hustler. He knew that the small vulnerable bunny in his arms needed all the strength he could offer to her.

“I- I don’t know…”

Again, her head sought for shelter in the soft embracement of Nicks chest fur. Her tiny gray paws tightened their grip around his waist to never let it go again. Nick lowered his muzzle on top of Judy’s head. Tears start to run down his own cheeks when he heard the following words.

“Nick. I don’t know if I can carry on.”

Savage Ways - Chapter 01
Next Chapter ->

Tried to write my first Zootopia fanfic... my first fanfic at all...
I was a lot of fun so far and I hope you like it a bit :D

A big thank you to all the wonderful people who encouraged me trying to write my own story and also those who helped me with it...
Looks at DancingLunarWolves , Hawner , senestran , TimoGuenther , Glandziu and OptimusPower92 (and all those I might forgot here, sorry about that) ... You guys are awesome :dummy:

I don't own Zootopia or any of the characters in this story... (so far ;) )
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Started to write a fanfic too...
Well, at least I tried...
Might become good... or not... don't care, it's fun so far :dummy:
After
Hustlers ParadiseAs we stroll through trough the city I saw this stall at my left
A few blueberries changed the owner cause my paws are so deft.
I and Fin be blasting and laughing so long
that even every mammal around though our mind is gone.
We’re both masters of the art and we will hustle you good
You say you don’t miss your wallet? Well - you better should.
Even if you watch out you will just see us blur
And we left you with nothing, sometimes even without fur.
So, my friend you better listen to the words I spoke
The last thing you will see is our vans backfire smoke - fool
We’re the embodiment of our kind – shifty and sly
Everybody doubt we can be more so why should we try.
we spending most our lives, living in the hustler’s paradise
we sell red wood to naïve mice, living in the hustler’s paradise
we have the fun you pay the price, it’s how we live in the hustler’s paradise
the skunk but rug story wasn’t nice, but that’s the ri

and
I don't careOh, what a day.
The ZPD got
its first bunny
What?! You don’t say!
You even made valedictorian
200 tickets till noon?!
But I’m afraid that just won’t help you soon.
I don’t care I don’t care
Not at all I don’t care
I do recall
but who cares
So, you solved the case?
Where all the others
just found nothing.
You found the trace
Followed the leads and saved the mammals
What a career
But I hope it’s OK when I don’t cheer.
I don’t care I don’t care
Not at all I don’t care
I do recall
but who cares
A fox joined our team
And he already
increases the pressure
of my bloodstream.
I’m afraid it will be interesting.
He won’t drive me mad.
Because I know exactly how to handle that
I don’t care I don’t care
Not at all I don’t care
I do recall
but who cares
I don’t care I don’t care
Not at all I don’t care
I do recall I don’t

I present you my newest nonsense...
BaaadI guess you found – your final clue.
It was always me – Ha. Just look at you.
Your helpful friend – from city hall.
But in the end – you helped me at all.
Come on, come on – don’t be sore losers – alright
My precursor – rots in a cell.
Also that speech – just served me well.
But, you should have stayed - on your farm, huh?
It really is too bad – I did like you.
Well, there is still something to handle – until victory is mine.
Oh. Don’t worry! I won’t kill you. – No. That fox will do just fine.
Guess what? I’m baaad, I’m baaad – Come On.
I am so baaad, so baaad – You know It
You know I’m baaad, I’m baaad – Come On, you know.
And this city is mine, and everything is just fine because no one else there knows – Who’s baaad.
Hang in! I just – have called some help.
But I doubt they’ll stop – that devils whelp.
Your time runs out &


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Time to think about a project name for this...
What's better? Zootopia - The Musical or Zootopia on Ice :D

I guess you found – your final clue.
It was always me – Ha. Just look at you.
Your helpful friend – from city hall.
But in the end – you helped me at all.

Come on, come on – don’t be sore losers – alright

My precursor – rots in a cell.
Also that speech – just served me well.
But, you should have stayed - on your farm, huh?
It really is too bad – I did like you.

Well, there is still something to handle – until victory is mine.
Oh. Don’t worry! I won’t kill you. – No. That fox will do just fine.

Guess what? I’m baaad, I’m baaad – Come On.
I am so baaad, so baaad – You know It
You know I’m baaad, I’m baaad – Come On, you know.
And this city is mine, and everything is just fine because no one else there knows – Who’s baaad.

Hang in! I just – have called some help.
But I doubt they’ll stop – that devils whelp.
Your time runs out – Judy, my dear.
It was a short – but striking career.
Save your breath he can’t - help it. Can he?
We know it’s in – his biology.

Fear will always keep me in power – to protect the cities prey
And I will dart every predator – to keep the things that way.

Because I’m baaad, I’m baaad – Come On.
I am so baaad, so baaad – You know It
You know I’m baaad, I’m baaad – Come On, you know.
And this city is mine, and everything is just fine because no one else there knows – Who’s baaad.

Well, that berry trick was clever – but you still don’t have a single clue.
I just framed the former mayor – and I will also frame you too.

Because I’m baaad, I’m baaad – Come On.
I am so baaad, so baaad – You know It
You know I’m baaad, I’m baaad – Come On, you know.
And this city is mine, and everything is just fine because no one else there knows – Who’s baaad.

Wool! – Wool! – Wool!

You know I'm baaad, I'm baaad - Come On
You know I'm baaad, I'm baaad - You know It-You know It
You know, you know, You - know, Come On
And this city is mine, and everything is just fine because no one else there knows
Just to tell you

You know I'm Smooth, I'm baaad, you know It
You know I'm baaad, I'm baaad, dumb bunny
You know, you know, you know it, Come On
And this city is mine, and everything is just fine because no one else there knows

Wool!

You know I'm baaad, I'm baaad, you know it
You know I'm baaad - You know - Hoo!
You know I'm baaad - I'm baaad - You know it, you know
And this city is mine, and everything is just fine because no one else there knows – Who’s baaad.

Baaad
Epilogue
Well, mayor Bellwether that was a great perfomance... also the your dancing police sheeps are just fantastic...
But gues what? - I DON'T CARE!!! Get those filthy mamals to the precinct... and can someone please get a ladder or so?



Orginal song is Bad by Michael Jackson

Zootopia belongs to Disney
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Am I kind of strange just because I always am remembered to Zootopia when listen too some songs which are not related to the movie in any way...
A few examples...
A hustle here and a hustle there
New York City's the place
Where they said, "Hey, babe,
Take a walk on the wild side."
(Walk on the Wild side - Lou Reed)

...
or this one...
We Can Change The World Tomorrow
This Could Be A Better Place
If You Don't Like What I'm Sayin'
Then Won't You Slap My Face.
(Bad - Michael Jackson)


Well, maybe I'm just insane...

When the night has fallen
and the dreams begin.
She has visions that might turn the tide
And for such a long time
she was not aware
of her powers that slept deep inside

Now, she knows things far beyond your imagination
And she sees what your eyes just cannot see.
She’s aware of each string
in the whole fabric of creation
Being a Weaver.
That’s her responsibility.

It’s the tale of Cheryl Silverheels
Priestess of the Lady
Chosen to be the teacher of her ways
But to teach, you need understanding
So walk the world with open eyes
You will find a way to save us
When darkness will rise
You will stand by our sides

She’s been a teacher by herself for a long time
She helps the ones that are hurt and alone.
But in this time of change
when a new threat is rising
She realize how less she really had known

She’s got the wisdom that Esme spent as her mentor
she’s got the love of her parents and her friends
she’s not alone on her path
and she knows about the challenge
and she will not stop there until it ends.

It’s the tale of Cheryl Silverheels
Priestess of the Lady
Chosen to be the teacher of her ways
But to teach, you need understanding
So walk the world with open eyes
You will find a way to save us
When darkness will rise
You will stand by our sides

It’s the tale of Cheryl Silverheels
Priestess of the Lady
Chosen to be the teacher of her ways
But to teach, you need understanding
So walk the world with open eyes
You will find a way to save us
When darkness will rise
You will stand by our sides
A Tribute to Cheryl Jay Silverheels by Magick205
A little tribute song to one of my most favorite OC's in a Zootopia fanfiction. Maybe it's even a real Theme Song... :D

The original song is Great Spirits by the fantastic Phill Collins (that's strange... why has it always has to be Phill with Magick's stories... ;P)

I thought that the sound and the text of the original song fits really good for Cher and just added a little rewriting magick :D

Zootopia belongs to Disney

Cheryl Jay Silverheels is an OC from Magick205 :iconmagick205:
(You don't know her? Check out the fantastic stories Debts Unpaid - A Zootopia Story and The Labyrinth of Dreams)

A big Thank You to OptimusPower92 for a little help with grammar stuff ;P
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Offspring
My mom tryed to bread some chicken eggs... well it was a success :D
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Sitting on a song... a song I started writing on 15th March...
Maybe I manage to finish it finally... :D
Here are some great Zootopia videos... :D
Well, maybe you know them already... If not: "HAVE FUN" :dummy:
(or have fun by rewatching them ;P)



6 month anniversary on DA... YAY :dummy:

I should celebrate it somehow...
Hmm... I just have an idea for a new song in my mind...
And something other... ;P
All I need is too keep that level of inspiration until the work is done... :D

Every day
prejudice is seen everywhere
you’re pred, I’m prey
I’m told that there just should be scare
But I can see more
The common ground is right there
Ignore those fangs and claws
And you will see it

Take my paw, we show
that it doesn’t matter
Deep in my heart I know
We all can live together.
Mammals of all kind
can live in peace and harmony my friend

Since I met you
I feel that there will be a chance.
Because like you
just ignore my claws and fangs,
I know there can be change.
There can be a city
A city that will fit
to its basic idea.

Take my paw, we show
that it doesn’t matter
Deep in my heart I know
We all can live together.
Mammals of all kind
can live in peace and harmony my friend

Take my paw, we show
that it doesn’t matter
Deep in my heart I know
We all can live together.
Mammals of all kind
can live in peace and harmony my friend

When we look inside ourselves we’ll realise
that change will only start with all of us.
I know it won’t be easy and the concern in your eyes
says that it won’t be served on a silver plate

I know we all have limitations and we make mistakes
but we can succeed if we keep on trying
And the confidence in your eyes is all it takes
to see a golden future as our fate.

Take my paw, we show
that it doesn’t matter
Deep in my heart I know
We all can live together.
Mammals of all kind
can live in peace and harmony my friend

Take my paw, we show
that it doesn’t matter
Deep in my heart I know
We all can live together.
Mammals of all kind
can live in peace and harmony
can live in peace and harmony

Take my paw
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Another great colouring job from zl0tty ... the great Disco King... now with afro :dummy:
ReaderNo31142 (DADDY-COOL) by Ziegelzeig by zl0tty

And now another little Disco Song Snippet by the King himself...(I really start to become arrogant a little bit)

Listen to the ground
There is movement all around
There is something goin' down
And I can feel it

All the scents in the air
All the howlin' out there
It's somethin' we will share
Don’t mind you want it

And that sweet city she-wolf
She moved in the moonlight
We all start to dance and to howl
When you reach out for me, yeah
And the feelin' is right

We’re the true Nighthowlers, Nighthowlers
Savages on the dance floor Woo-yea
Nighthowlers, Nighthowlers
Don’t want to stop it anymore

Here I am
Prayin' for this moment to last
Livin' on the music so fine
Howling in the night
Makin' it mine

Nighthowlers, Nighthowlers
Savages on the dance floor
Woo-yea
Nighthowlers, Nighthowlers
Don’t want to stop it anymore


Here is the original song... :dummy:
DISCO IS ALIVE... WOOOHOOOO :la:
NOW LIVE AND IN COLOR FROM THE FANTASTIC MOONLIGHT LOUNGE NIGHTCLUB
READER THE DISCO KING
ReaderNo31142 (Discoking) by Ziegelzeig by zl0tty
Hey, it's Reader the Discoking
he shows us how to dance and sing
All hail the Discoking
golden mic, shiny clothes of bling

Woo Hoooooo

He can sing
He can howl

Turns night into day the whole time

Now just start - worshiping
Reader the Discoking


Little song snippet thingy... Original song is Dancing Queen by ABBA

Drawing by the fantastic Ziegelzeig :iconziegelzeig:
Coloring by the magnificent zl0tty :iconzl0tty:

Song Snippet Thingy by the Discoking himself... :D
Check out this awesome little comic by Koraru-san :iconkoraru-san:
Story by ReaderNo31142 :dummy:
The Stalker Cupid by Koraru-san
...
What?...
You don't know Koraru-san ?

Well, then you better Check out her stuff...
Especially her fantastic comic "The Mark"
  The Mark Page 1 by Koraru-san

Afterwards, we can found the Eliot Fanghanel Fanclub... ;)
Just watched Zootopia again... still awesome... :dummy:

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Thank You for the Watch :)
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you are welcome ;)
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:) ^^ ;) (Wink)
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Nice :)
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Hello reader My Friend :)  How is Reader ?
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Bartini burave A-40 Albotross?
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Naaaa.... Jet engines... I prefer props... :D
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