The god went on talking. In his voice was kindness—something of which White Fang had no experience whatever. And within him it aroused feelings which he had likewise never experienced before. He was aware of a certain strange satisfaction, as though some need were being gratified, as though some void in his being were being filled. Then again came the prod of his instinct and the warning of past experience. The gods were ever crafty, and they had unguessed ways of attaining their ends.
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Answered by jill d #170087
White Fang's initial response is to react to the man's kindness..... which is quickly followed by an innate sense of mistrust or fear based upon previous experiences.