Kanbaru intently watched Kanashii fall from the tree as she gave her answer in the process. A pleasant surprise it was for her to hear that she had eagerly accepted her invitation; thus, her face perked at that thought. The girl wasn’t expecting her to go along with her plan, and so willingly at that, after all.
She could only give a genuine smile, glad that someone wanted to be in her company.
Her thoughts quickly reverted to the manner in which Kanashii landed. Awestruck at just how stable her landing was, Kanbaru couldn’t help but to lean forward, her hand on her chest, and excitedly proclaim her opinion.
"Wow, amazing! Your landing is far more graceful than I could ever hope to have done. You really are good at this tree climbing business, I must say. Maybe later I’ll ask you for some pointers," she said, the last part delivered playfully.
Her eyebrows arched slightly, and she glanced at different points in the park as she thought of where to go next. After a moment’s pause to consider the possibilities, she sighed and came to the conclusion that probably it would simply be best to walk through every section of the park they were currently in. At the very least, if they happened to find some kind of clue before they finished their path, they could simply begin following wherever that leads. Essentially, it wasn’t all that different from those weird mystery-type books Kanbaru would occasionally read.
"I guess that we can start right here. And if there’s something that you see that seems like it could be him…" A sudden realization prompted her into a brief silence: she was about to help this person find her brother, yet she had no knowledge of his appearance. She laughed at her folly — she was getting way ahead of herself again.
"…Sorry, I completely forgot to ask. What does your brother look like, anyway?"
A slight tone of red bloomed trough the thick grey marks, her eyes taking a interested and then quickly switched to amusement and flattery. Kanashii hid both of her eyes and looked away at the compliment. Oh boy, such things to make her feel special, even more because it was actually a trait of her feline nature. She wouldn’t tell why, though. “Ahhhh thank you, Kanbaru! That really flatters me, oh goodness!! I do that since I’m little, so that’s probably why.” Her mouth escaped a small giggle, and with the question, she nodded her head.
"Ah yes yes, I forgot to tell you, didn’t I? Well…" Putting a hand on her chin, the girl thought on a reasonable way of describing her brother. He could be either on his wolf or human form, in a city or into the wild. One would never know exactly where he was and when it’s less expected, he’s already hunting you down. She shook her head, and raised a hand as high as she could.
"He’s this tall, almost twice my size. He uses a braid in his hair and his eye is scary! Oh oh! I think that gives away: the right side of his face is completely scarred. Burn scar to be more precise, but it looks like he was blown up." She said, completely oblivious how cruel and painful that sounds. There was no way of noticing, though. She’s been living with this kind of pain since her birth.