Toni drifted in and out of consciousness, first hearing Connor's cries and then hearing him coo and giggle. Was it her imagination? Could they both be okay? Wait. What was that walking on the branch that had broken through the car windshield? No, it couldn't be. Not a lion. Why would a lion be here in the parking lot? It bared its teeth at her, its eyes feral and menacing. Connor’s baby noises incited the female lion into a fury of clawing and growling as she tried her best to get at him. Toni wanted to scream but nothing came out, and then she lost consciousness again. Please God, not the baby, she pleaded as she blacked out.
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