Logan could only chuckle lightly to himself at her response. The vast expanse of a child's imagination or expectations still surprised him. Of course he hadnt spent too much time around children, and the ones he had he taught to defend themselves or help build things. They didn't really have heart to heart chats.
He was more human than animal, but with each year that passed the line seemed slowly to draw ever further from that human existence. Why, he wasn't sure. He just knew he couldn't really do much to stop it so he dealt with it.
Again, the Red. Logan could only shrug. "Guess so."
They passed the dog without incident and Logan guided the girl into a small convenience store, walking with her to the counter. "She's lost. Needs at use your phone." The clerk eyed the burly man and the young girl, suspicious.
Logan growled impatiently. The clerk gulped and set the phone down on the counter, earning a sideways 'I'm-watching-you-' glance from Logan.