Their moment of reunion and peace disappeared as soon as Viktor let go of his hand, calling out to Makkachin again. In their attempt to appease the two new creatures, Yuuri hadn’t seen when Makkachin had gone off. All he knew was that Viktor likely wasn’t thinking clearly and he was already running off in that direction. “Vitya!” he called out loudly, not hesitating as he took off after Viktor. He was running at full tilt and, as he ran, Yuuri thought dramatically to Himari.
Tell Domovoi to keep a close eye on Vitya. He’s looking for his dog…I’m worried, too. I don’t want anything to happen to Makkachin. We’ve got to get going. And I don’t like this shadow place over here. Yuuri shivered, involuntarily, as he glanced back at the area just behind where he’d woken up. He shook his head, then heard his words repeated, though a bit different, as Himari thought the words back over to Domovoi.
A flash of silver caught his eyes and Yuuri rushed to Viktor’s side, quite desperate to keep an eye on him. Now that hed found Viktor, he didn’t want to lose him again.