Lindsey came around with the clothes, forcing herself to keep a relaxed smile on her face as she handed them to Lily.
"Just try for now," Lindsey said. "I have some money; I'll go and get you some more clothes," She said, running off in Shadow-Human form towards the town.
Laura flew out of the vase [or, if it was destroyed, away from where it used to be] and backed against the wall, high up. "I'm sorry! I didn't mean to attack! I don't even know how that happened!" She said, hoping that Felicia wasn't hurt.
"What the heck are you doing in my house?" Felicia's voice was but a whisper, but had all the strength of an avalanche.
"Yeah, you too, it seems." Cindy noticed the other being in the cell, who was curling against her tail.
"The problem isn't that they're too small," Lily said, "But that I can't actually reach to put them on."
"You...... Look like...... A FRICKING TURTLE TOO!"
"I h-had to make sure you weren't t-telling anyone!" Laura said, staying out of reach. "I'm really sorry! I d-don't like invading people's houses any more than you like me doing so."
Lindsey, upon hearing this, went back to the group. "Oh, that's good. Or should I still get larger clothes, just in case?"
"No, we wouldn't. We were humans, too, and we've still got human minds," Laura said, allowing herself to relax a bit. "We're not just mindless monsters. Although we still wouldn't appreciate you telling people, because... h-have you ever been in a jail cell before? In a lab? With evil scientists? That's what would happen to us. And we all have feelings, just like you."
"Okay." Lindsey went back towards the town.