We got an e-mail with a photo from Scout and Casey’s mummy saying that they were going to send us those furry animals. What are they? What are they?
Daddy enlarged the photo and said “Oh, they are a fox and a raccoon! One for Coco and one for Silky!!”. WOOF!! One for me!!!!!!
A couple of days later, we got them.
Oh my woof…..they look really really soft and comfortable. Give them to us, mummy!!
We pestered mummy but of course we had to pose in front of the lovely pressies first.
Then, mummy took the labels off and finally gave them to us.
OH~~~MY~~~WOOF….. They are really soft and fluffy. We felt irresistible urge to nibble them. Then, gradually we got wilder…and wilder…even wilder…..and nobody could stop us any more.
After we played wildly with the furry fox and the raccoon we went to the park.
Oh daddy, we were very wild today. First of all, it happened in the squirrel area. I was crawling towards the squirrel very quietly and when I decided it was close enough I dashed towards it. The squirrel was absorbed in eating so it didn’t know I was coming. I jumped to get it!! Gotcha!!
The squirrel frantically ran but there was a bunch of tangled twigs like a trap, and it was caught. I was too fast to stop. Then, Coco, who was behind me, jumped on it. The squirrel struggle and wiggled through the twig trap, so now I jumped on it but it escaped between my paw-paws. Dammit!!
Next one was a pigeon. We aimed it very quietly and we ran!
The pigeon was absorbed in eating (everyone is eating in the park) so it didn’t know we were coming. The moment I was going to jump on the pigeon it tried to fly.
However, the pigeon was just in front of the woven wire fence so it couldn’t fly properly. Also, there were a lots of twigs there, too. The pigeon was desperately flapping it’s wings and somehow I lost my interest. Hmmm….chasing them is fun and thrilling but when they are just there it isn’t fun at all.
Coco wasn’t like that, though. She was very wild. She jumped on the pigeon and the pigeon wildly struggled to fly. Then again, Coco jumped on and the pigeon frantically flapped the wings. The pigeon was really panicked and Coco was woofly serious. It was quite a racket but didn’t last long, and the pigeon safely flew away. Oh my woof, daddy, you should have seen Coco’s face afterwards. She looked very satisfied and she was smiling.
Now, we live with our own furry animals so we can discuss this and that together and learn strategies to make the game more thrilling, can’t we, daddy?
Thank you, Scout and Casey, for the lovely furry pressies. We love them very much. We are thinking of their names now.