A yukkuri is crawling through the park with gloomy face. When hearing human's footstep, quickly it runs to the bushes and silently watch the human's expression. This is normal for stray yukkuri who feared human.
But the yukkuri in this park is different. They're a lot dirtier and smellier than most stray. Most of them have also lost their accessories. It's not that this park is dirty or dangerous, it's just special. For yukkuri, this park is a hell.
First is the hell's gate. The entrance to this park is sloped. As safety measure so human doesn't slip when it's wet after rain, the surface is made coarse.
In effect, baby and koyukkuri passing this only entrance would rip their feet and never walk again. Even adults wouldn't be able to move for several days after. This helps keeping wild yukkuri from coming in, but those who got in won't be able to get out because of the trauma.
The second factor is the plants. Senior citizen requested to take care of the bushes and it's always cropped. While the cropped bushes looks pretty, the leaf and branch of freshly cut plants are sharp. Yukkuri who tried to hide under the growths would get injured by it.
The caretaker of this park also likes to cut the grass short. In the same way, this made travel on the grass painful for yukkuri, forcing them to walk on the paved road and risk being made into plaything by dogs or got kicked by human.
Those who tried hiding under the bushes are injured by the sharp twigs and their accessories are torn to pieces.
The only place for yukkuri to shelter are the toilet and under bench. There's no cardboard box to use as home because the caretakers always clean the park.
While he wont kill yukkuri, he's not merciful either. All yukkuri will either be casted away to the bushes or cleaned as trash.
Without trash and grass to eat, the yukkuri have to resort to food that even the usual hungered stray wont eat.
During weekend, there's many drunks that passed this park because it's close to the station. Most of the time, they will leave a "present", vomitted stuffs out of their bowel mixed with beer. This is deadly for yukkuri, but they learned to mix it with soil and eat it. Thanks to this, the park is always clean.
Another menu are dung of dogs left uncleaned by the owner. Again, yukkuri would mix this with soil and eat it.
They have to eat it in order to survive. Those who refused would starve to death. The corpse are quickly eaten away by other starving yukkuri.
There's also yukkuri who tried hunting others, but they're too weak to fight and usually ends up dead.
This park is never intended for abyuse and the caretakers are just doing their job. Even so, the yukkuri's life here is like hell. Abyuser often came not to hurt them but simply enjoying the view of those miserable yukkuri who cower in fear when seeing human.
Me ? I'm not an abyuser, but seeing the yukkuri under the bush shivers and cry everytime they see me eat my lunch is the best side dish ever.