Beast Boy remembered every little detail that happened that day. He sat on a puffy looking pillow all tied up to a little post. That was exactly a week ago. His once jubilant face was now filled with depression. He missed the sun kissed town of Gotham City and the smell of tofu. But most of all, he missed Raven.

He often thought of her during the worst of times, and this was one of those times. Her moody personality and her great sense of sarcasm always cheered him up. To everyone else her facial features were plain and emotionless, but to him it was full of emotion. He sighed and continued to stare at the floor in despair. A shadow was cast over him.

He jumped in surprise when he saw the creature. It was Soto. Soto was 11 feet tall and had the face of a totem pole. He wore baby pajamas that Beast Boy tried so hard not to burst out with laughter. Beast Boy felt his ribs crack as he tried to hold in the laughter that was dying to come out.

Soto leaned toward him with an armful of snacks. He handed Beast Boy a bag of Lays potato chips with a baby like smile carved on his wooden face. "Soto thought that green dog might be hungry," he said. Beast Boy's face scrunched up in anger. "For the last time, I'm not your dog!"

Soto ignored his remark. "Green dog much more amusing than old one," he said, "Now change!" He took out a remote controller and pressed a red button. Beast Boy morphed into a kangaroo, then to a mouse, and then to a bat. Soto burst out with laughter as Beast Boy tried to wriggle out of the metal collar.
'This thing is stuck on me like flies on flypaper,' he thought, 'Wait just one Snoop Dog second!' He quickly morphed into an annoying buzzing fly. He flew a distance of two meters when the rope started to tug at his neck. He flew in every direction, hoping to break free. Soto caught him flying around and skipped after him.

He jumped up and down laughing while clasping his hands together trying to catch the fly. Beast Boy barely escaped the two hands and buzzed toward Soto's feet. He flew around the feet and, with all his strength, tugged at the rope. The human totem pole came tumbling down. He landed on his butt and started to cry uncontrollably.

"Little fly hurt Soto badly," he said, pointing an accusing finger at Beast Boy, who was now in his usual form. "Bad fly, Bad fly!" Anger and hurt shone in his eyes. Beast Boy suddenly felt smaller then usual as the giant dwarfed him. Beast Boy cowered in fear.

The giant covered his beady eyes. This movement suddenly confused Beast Boy. Soto uncovered his beady eyes and, with a smile on, shouted, "Peek-a-boo!" Beast Boy cocked his head and raised an eyebrow. Soto did a motion with his enormous hands.

"Ummmmmmm.Peek-a-boo?"

"Haha! That always makes Soto feel better."
Soto sat beside Beast Boy as he gave a sigh of relief. ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~

"I've never seen him in animal form this long. Are you sure he's okay?" Raven asked the rest of the Titans. Robin smirked at the question. "Yeah, he's okay. After all, he's had all his shots, right?" he said. Raven threw a menacing glare at him. Robin smirked even more.

Cyborg butted into the conversation. "Why so interested?" he asked.

"None of your business."

"Okay."

Raven looked at the rest of the Titans who were smirking. "I'm gonna make tea," and with a swish of her magnificent blue cloak, entered the kitchen. The green dog followed after her. "Why is Beast Boy following her?" Starfire asked with a look of concern. "I'm not sure, but I have a feeling that, in some sort of way, they like each other," Robin replied.

"Oh."

Raven began to stir the teabag around a cup filled with boiling hot water. She was in deep thought. 'I have a feeling that this green dog isn't Beast boy,' she thought as she sat down at the table. The green dog sat beside the chair and looked at her with admiring eyes. She ignored the puppy eyes look.

She took one sip of the tea and sighed. After a minute, she decided to go into her room for some meditation. As soon as she left the kitchen the green dog jumped on her and, using a lot of strength, knocked her over. The remaining tea in the cup spilled onto the carpet and left a huge stain. "Stupid dog," she uttered and marched up the staircase.

The dog smiled in satisfaction as he began to lick the stain. Raven closed the door behind her and started meditating. As hard as she tried, she couldn't meditate. So many thoughts about Beast Boy were crammed inside her head and refused to clear off. A sudden sound interrupted her thoughts.

A green blob appeared in front of her door and took the appearance of a dog. She watched as the green dog snatched her mirror off her dresser. He quickly ran through the walls. Raven's brow quivered in anger. The dog appeared at the other side of the sliding door with a smile.

When he reached the corner he heard her shout "BEAST BOY!" and fear appeared on his face as he realized how much trouble he had gotten himself into.