Hangin' 'round the Mistletoe
For the life of him, InuYasha could not figure out why Kagome had gone out alone, in the snow. He'd barely found them cover and marched them to it in time before it started coming down so hard they could scarely see where they were going. They loudly complained as he practically ran them to the abandoned hut and then barked orders to go out and get as much firewood as they could carry and drag it all inside. They bitched and moaned and didn't comprehend the urgency until the first flakes started to fall. Suddenly, they understood why the hanyou had pushed them so relentlessly and hurried about their tasks so that a large stack of firewood was now piled in the corner.
Somehow, in their flurry of activity, no one noticed that the young miko had gone missing.
With a string of curses and a command to the others to stay put so he didn't have to go hunting in the snowstorm for them too, InuYasha left the rabbits he'd found with them and took off in search of Kagome.