Gabu and Mei reach the summit of a mountain where they stop and rest, exhausted from fighting their way through a snowstorm.
Mei, knowing that Gabu has not eaten in days, offers to sacrifice himself as sustenance.
- hate dating men with children
- Free no email needed free local webcam
- Adult fantasy chat rooms
- Site free cam sex e confiavel omegle
- Teluguonlinesex girl
As Gabu is about to go face the wolf pack, there is an avalanche which sweeps them all away.
The next morning, Mei digs through the snow blocking the cave and sees the "emerald forest" they had been searching for in the distance.
However, Giro, the leader of Gabu's pack, holds a grudge against goats and views Gabu as a traitor to all wolves.
Giro and his pack begin to hunt down the two companions.
The picture book series, published by Kodansha, Ltd., has been released in Japanese in seven volumes.
Since 1997, Engekishūdan En has annually performed the story on the "En Kodomo Stage." Performers have included Yoshie Minami, Akio Kaneda, Rintarō Nishi, and Rieko Takahashi among others.The next day, when they meet, Mei learns that his companion from the night before was a wolf named Gabu.Despite their natural predisposition as enemies, they share a common bond and begin meeting regularly.Gabu agrees initially, but soon realizes that no matter how hungry he is, he cannot eat his friend.Gabu hears his pack approaching and leaves Mei to face them, ready to defend his goat friend to the death.However, Mei's flock and Gabu's pack eventually find out about their relationship and forbid the friendship.