She woke up in a pristine white den, surrounded by no-claws, covered in a sky-blue sheet. Something held her down so that she couldn't escape. One of the no-claws chirped something in the high voice, and another one rushed over, chirping back. Juno tried to say something, but there was a metal cage holding her mouth shut, wrapped around the back of her head.
A no-claw rushed toward her, and took off the cage, holding a piece of caribou in front of her. She sniffed at it, and pulled it out of their hand. The no-claw patted her on the head, and put something around her neck. The no-claw chirped and pulled off the blanked, allowing Juno to see herself for the first time since she fell.
Juno looked down at her body, noticing first that her left paw was missing. She looked over the rest of her body, noticing a twisted paw and a missing tail. One of the no-claws chirped, and they brought over a bundle of white pelts, opening them to reveal a shimmering metal contraption. Juno hissed at them as they brought it closer, but one of them put a white pelt over her eyes.
When they finished, they took the pelt off, revealing a silver paw instead of flesh and bone. They released her, and one of them carried her to a room full of small obstacles. She started to walk, but instantly tripped over her silver paw. Wincing, Juno stood up and tried again, putting most of her weight on her right paw. She managed to walk a few steps before stopping, and barked with happiness.
after a few days...
The no-claw carried Juno to the room again, and Juno instantly started running, finally used to her silver paw. The no-claw chirped with laughter, walking her out. They brought her to the same white room she woke up in, and put her in one of the beds. One of them brought a small orange tag and clipped it over her ear, carrying her into a cage.
Juno slept as the no-claws put her cage into a silver-beast and took her to a ridge. One of the no-claws stepped back and opened the cage. Instantly Juno bounded out, not looking back toward the no-claws. She howled with happiness, releasing her feelings into a beautiful song. the no-claws stood on the ridge, watching her, before she slipped out of sight into the wild.
Wolves are wild, wolves are free, some are just like you or me...