Chapter 549 - 549 The Little Thing Was Really Unreasonable
549 The Little Thing Was Really Unreasonable
“Elder Brother Siming, I keep feeling that this monk older brother is very familiar, but I can’t remember where I met him.”
As Gu Nuo’er spoke, she scratched her confused face with one small hand.
Ye Siming snorted coldly and didn’t say anything.
It was almost evening. Coupled with the fact that it was about to rain just now, the sky was dark and gloomy.
At this moment, the sky was extremely dark.
Gu Nuo’er knew that usually in such situations, rain deities would be tasked to send rain here.
Even if she pleaded for it to not rain for a while, the heavy rain would still fall eventually.
Gu Nuo’er held Ye Siming’s hand and quickened her pace. “Elder Brother Siming, let’s go home quickly. It looks like it’s going to rain!”
However, not long later, heavy rain suddenly came.
Ye Siming quickly took off his outer robe and covered Gu Nuo’er’s head.
“Elder Brother Siming, what are you going to do if you give me your clothing!”
Her big wolfie was going to be drenched!
Ye Siming said in a natural tone, “I’m not afraid of the cold. If you get sick from the cold, I’ll have to take care of you.”
Bean-sized raindrops landed on the mountain path, causing ripples in the water.
Just as they passed by a bush, Gu Nuo’er heard a faint meow.
She stopped in her tracks. “There’s a cat?”
The child followed the sound and took a few steps closer to the grass at the side to take a look.
It was actually a relatively large lynx lying in the bushes. Its stomach was bulging and it was panting heavily.
From its hostile and fierce gaze, it was probably about to give birth to kittens.
Gu Nuo’er squatted down to check. The lynx felt threatened and bared its teeth, growling as if it wanted to scare this child away.
However, when Ye Siming approached and stood behind Gu Nuo’er…
The lynx struggled to get up and dragged with it the first kitten that was about to be born. It looked like it wanted to run.
Gu Nuo’er quickly pressed it down with her small hands. “Be careful. You’ll hurt the baby!”
Ye Siming frowned slightly. “Don’t touch it. It might hurt you.”
Gu Nuo’er didn’t even raise her head and kept stroking the lynx’s wet fur comfortingly.
“It’s alright. Kitty, don’t be afraid. Lie down. Elder Brother Siming and I will accompany you!”
As she spoke, she picked up a few small wooden sticks from the side and stuck them around the grass. Then, she placed Ye Siming’s robe on the wooden sticks.
Ye Siming narrowed his eyes.
The little thing had actually made a simple shelter for the lynx.
She was getting drenched herself and blocking the rain for the lynx?
Ye Siming took a deep breath. “Gu Nuo’er, if you get sick, I won’t care about you.”
The child was busy touching the lynx’s stomach to ease the pregnancy. She casually nodded and said in a soft voice, “Elder Brother Siming, we can’t leave it alone. It’s raining so heavily. It’s so dangerous for it to give birth to kittens here.”
Ye Siming pursed his thin lips.
This little thing was really unreasonable.
Was she going to put out a helping hand to all the pitiful people or animals she saw?
Ye Siming was actually right. In Gu Nuo’er’s eyes, this was all a piece of cake.
The rain was very heavy and Gu Nuo’er’s black hair stuck to her fair cheeks.
Under her comfort, the lynx gradually calmed down and stopped struggling to escape.
Just as Gu Nuo’er was focused on the lynx, she suddenly felt that something above her head was covering the heavy rain.
She looked up and saw that Ye Siming had just taken off one more layer of his clothes. He supported it with both hands and blocked the top of her head.
As for himself, he was wearing only his white inner clothing. If he took anything off again, there would be nothing left.
Gu Nuo’er’s eyes flickered. Even though her hair stuck to her cheeks in a sorry state, she couldn’t help but smile sweetly at Ye Siming. “Elder Brother Siming, you’re so good to me!”
Ye Siming looked at her smile and inexplicably felt his ears heat up.
He averted his gaze. “I was afraid that you’d be sick and cry out that you’re feeling unwell. I just can’t bear to see you like this.”