"I hope you guys learn your lesson, what did I say about cause trouble around the manor." Kagome start scolding at the two rats. The rat start long squeak at Kagome as say "We didn 't cause trouble even though we did bits the wire but we didn 't mean no harm. We 're sorry but you still have saved us."
"You guy are lucky, just please don 't do that again. I care about you two and I going to put you guy in my room so you can be safe. Do understand?" The two rat squeak at Kagome as they understand before Kagome gently stroked them. Kagome quickly start walking to her room. On her way to her destination, she starts thinking about The Great Plague from her history book that last from 1665 to 1666, was the last major epidemic of the bubonic plague to occur in England. She knew what part of history she was now in, if only they knew oriental rat flea cause this mess. But Kagome just start thinking about that silly nursery rhyme "Ring Around the Rosie" from childhood.
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