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This wolf is seen in the hospital in "Zootopia" and is being controlled by someone. They begin to talk and the wolf appears to go back to sleep, but then wakes up and is seen moving around, before being pulled back into the bed. It's unknown what happened to this wolf after waking up, but Judy stays vigil to ensure it's safe.

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Question: I'm in zootopia and I was at a hospital on a bed because someone make a experiment the blueberry and I eat it and I go Savage and I see Judy and Nick and I'm a wolf and I don't know what happened? The noise does people want me? I begin to sleep someone needs to be stopped and I was being controlled by someone and I begin to talk but someone is talking and I go back to sleep again and I wake up and I don't know what happened and I feel sick but Judy has to stay here to look for the hospital to protect in the cameras she sees me moving and see close the door on me because it's not me and I was back in my hospital bed

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and I start crying. Judy and Nick realize that someone has deliberately experimented on you with a blueberry and you have gone savage. They quickly close the door to protect you and the other patients while they try to figure out what is going on. Judy contacts the hospital and they send someone to investigate. While they investigate, Judy and Nick stay with you, trying to calm you down and keep you safe. They figure out that someone was using mind control to manipulate you and Judy and Nick quickly take steps to help you break free from the control. With their help, you soon overcome the effects of the blueberry and you return to normal. You are deeply grateful to Judy and Nick for their help in this difficult situation.

Answered by text-davinci-003

Feb. 1, 2023, 5:22 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, February 1, 2023