Hana was content how Henry was holding her. She smiled sweetly. Henry knew what was right. Hana closed her eyes and kisses Henry. Their lips met and Henry closed his eyes. Hana knows she can trust both Henry and her aunt as one little tear rolled down cheek and on Henry's tail. Hana pulled back and looked where her tear landed. it turned into stone glass like a charm when it toughed the paw charm on Henry's tailring.
"What just happened?" Henry asked.
"I think my tear is turned into a charm," Hana mewed, "and I think it's a charm of trust and love."
Hana's ear twicted when Henry kissed her nose. She is more caring than ever imagened. A thought of her own mother came into her head. Eversince she died, her aunt has been raising her. She sang Hana a lulaby when she was a baby. Hana doesn't remember it well, but it was good. Henry held her close.
"It's okay..." he cued.
Hana took the Ratata boy's caring words and purred. She knows her mother is watching over her. Her father had a kind heart and took care of her before Babs did. He started to get ill and told Babs to take care of her and died two months later.
"Hana, you okay?" Henry asked.
Hana snapped out of her past and got back to reality.
"Is there something you need to tell me?"
Hana shook her head. She didn't want to talk about her family and doesn't remember much as a baby. She just wants Henry to be part of her family one day.
"My aunt is waiting, I better go," she mewed.
"Wait," Hanry called, "What about-"
Hana had vanished to the city. Henry didn't want to go after her now. He thought she needed time alone. He was worried and confused. Why is Hana so secretive about her parents? He walked to his barn and rested for a good while.
'Hana seemed to be sad somehow,' Henry thought that night, 'I wish what it was.'
He looked up at the starry sky.
'Star mew mews, give me answers...'
He went outside that night and watched the sky. Hana came quietly.
"I am so sorry..." she wailed.
"It's not your fault," Henry reasured, "I have these types of problems once in a while. I wish-"
"No need for wishes," Hana purred, "I have my wish at last."
"Well? What is it?" Henry asked.
Hana looked away for a moment.
"My wish was to be with you," she said at last.
Henry's eyes grew wide when he heard whar Hana told him.
"Ha- Hana, really?" he asked, with a surprized tone in his voice.
"Yes," Hana answered, "Kai never had that charm. It was you I wanted to be with."
"Hana, you think you can spend the night here with me?" Henry asked.
"Maybe tomarrow," she mewed, "but I have one small thing to do first."
"And what's that?"
It was Veronica's voice.
"Hana, it's your aunt! She wounded!"
"You're aunt's wounded?" Henry shreeked.
Hana ran as fast as she could. Henry folowed her. Babs was wounded, with a deep cut in her left hip.
"Hang in there, Auntie..." Hana added.
"Hana?" Babs wailed, "I can't hold on..."
"Auntie, you can't leave me!" Hana cried, picking her aunt's head and holding her, "I need you! The town needs you!"
"Hana, your mother wanted you to be happy," Babs said, "You are old enough to take care of yourself. Be a good girl..."
"Auntie, no!" Hana sobbed, "You can make it through this!"
"It's my time, Hana," Babs replied, placing her hand on Hana's, "Gabby will take my place as healer. I trained her well."
"I can't live by myself," Hana sniffed, "Not without you..."
"Hana... I... will... be... watching... you... from... above... where... I'll... be... going... I... love... you... Good... bye..."
Soon Babs' eyes slowly closed for her enturnal rest.
"AUNTIE!" Hana cried.
Tears rolled down her face, sobbing over her aunt's body. Henry felt sorry, so did Pam. They know how it is like to loose someone they care about. Hana was still crying.
Henry got cut off by Veronica's voise.
"Henry, don't. Hana's sitting vigal for her."
"Can I at least join her?"
Henry joined Hana to sit vigal for her aunt. Pam and Veronica did too. Soon Babs' mutations faded.
"Hana, it's over," Veronica added, "Your aunt's body needs to be barried."
"It's okay, Hana..." Henry cued, holding her close, "My sister and Veronica will barry her."
Hana responded to Henry's caring words. She had no where to go.
"I think Tabbitha will let her stay with us," Pam added, "She will help her throught the rest of her teenager life. I'll tell her that her aunt died,"
"That would be good," Veronica replied, "I don't have a home ether now Babs is gong. We'll start moving in."