(Back at the garage.)
Razor’s condition had not gotten worse, but he still was unable to use his whole right side. (except for the head and neck) His fur on the right side had lost its color and was now white. He had T-bone place him in a wheelchair that was modified to move both wheels by just pulling on the left side. His strength had left him too. For the days after he had very little energy and had been awake for a maximum of 8 hours a day.
T-bone was trying to nurse his friend back to full health, but couldn’t, and could only bring Razor comfort with food, water and company when he was awake. And T-bone couldn’t get any sleep. He stayed awake all during the night, worrying about Razor. He had been flying solo around MegaKat City, trying to locate the creature but without success. T-bone tried to keep his concentration focused, but he constantly worried about Razor’s condition. And, every time he went up, he was reminded of the horror. That empty seat haunted him; he was so worried about what might happen. What if he were to lose Razor?!? He couldn’t live with himself…
When Razor was awake, he did try to work. He studied the shell and the evidence it contained on it. The shell itself was bent back, as if it had been shot against a thick metal of some kind. But, under the microscope Razor found some organic matter on the end. He studied it as best he could, but couldn’t even come close to a possible conclusion without the proper equipment. He decided that the only place he could really analyze and understand this mystery was at MegaKat Biochemical Labs. He called Doctor Zyme and asked if he could come in to use some of the equipment. Zyme agreed and was curious to see what Razor had found.
After Razor called Zyme, both T-bone and Razor got into the TurboKat and headed for MegaKat Biochemical.
“You alright back there?” asked T-bone He got no answer He looked back to see Razor out cold “Save your strength, buddy,” said T-bone softly. Then, he turned his attention back to flying, but with a very depressed look on his face.
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