It hadn't been but a month when Renathan decided it was time to return to Nature's Bounty. However, this time he was not planning on buying anything- only selling. He had learned that the Nature's Bounty was buying offspring orbaru and pachee, and while he did love his collection, he knew that there were a small number of them that he would never really add back into his breeding plans. As such, it would be more effective to find a good place that would care for them until they were sold. At the very least, he knew that it would lower the amount of food he would need to buy in the meantime.
The mammalian stepped up to the storefront with Auburn on his shoulder, and asked her to sit on the windowsill until he got back. After this was done, the mammalian stepped into the storefront, leaving the orbaru he brought outside momentarily in the carriers he brought specifically for the purpose on the back of a wagon. "Good day!" He called out, as he came in. "I'm here to sell a few offspring orbaru, if you are interested."
"Ah, they're adorable!" Turner said happily as his customer came in with the Orbaru outside. He peered outside as best as he could, catching a glimpse of a few colors out there with a smile. "If you have five, that'll be... 1000 credits to you, is that alright?" Turner asked, hands hovering over the register.
Renathan was always thankful when things went more easily than he expected. He always felt bad about selling critters, but, he knew that Turner was a wonderful caretaker. After all, he had bought Rainbow Ribbon Orbaru from him before, and they were excellently well taken care of. With that comforting knowledge in mind, Renathan grinned and nodded. "Sounds good to me, sir!" He could hear Auburn singing from the windowsill where he told her to sit. She was always such a good critter, doing exactly as she was told. He felt oddly protective of her, but of course, that was in Renathan's nature.
Two of the orbaru were mother and daughter, and he'd kept most of that lineage. One of them was a female that he probably wasn't going to breed again, since he had her parents. The other two were more recently bred, but Renathan was sure he wouldn't use them again. Such was life, he knew- he knew they'd be happier when they found good homes- a little bit of adventure didn't hurt anyone at all.