My Dog Leads Two Lives

My Dog Leads Two Lives
I've learned not to worry. I know he'll be back.

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Omar Blue - The Takeover and The Females Don't Play

Hi everyone. I'm just getting off work. As BiggSiss mascot, I have my work cut out for me.

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In the meantime, I need to get undressed. A few of my neighborhood female friends are in the room waiting for me. I promised I'd tell them if something happened at K-9 Town between the K-9 Town and timber wolf females. It has!
I'm sharing my bones with my company. That way Ma doesn't have to fix us any snacks.
"Come on you all. One for each of you."

Now we're ready.

After the K-9 Town females discovered they were being watched, Pittbull Margie took on the task of finding out how many female wolves there were. Knowing the land made this easy and she was back in almost no time at all. Once she returned with the count, they decided how they would handle the intruders, and went back to planning the celebration for Bennie Ba and Wolfhound Winnie, while taking turns as lookouts.

The puppies and piglets would be snuggled away in the thick bushes, under the watchful eyes of the mother potbellies, if it came to that.

The K-9 Town females have been in their fair share of battles, with and without the males. They've achieved the respect of the wilderness animals on their own, through courage and loyalty to each other.

If the wolves only knew these dogs had been waiting for something like this to happen since they left Omar’s kin at Iron Dog Land. Omar’s Ma, Saifon and some of his female kin had taught them a few new battle strategies. They were dying to test them, though they might use a little more restraint than the Iron Dogs would. Maybe.
Other animals would call them prima donnas, if they knew the words, but only until they saw the beasts surface from within. They're a vicious bunch, but only when made to be. Other than that, they are as loving and carefree as can be. They love the lives they lead and know there is no place else like K-9 Town, their home.

Unfortunately, Hanna and the females with her knew nothing of this. So, like Shocka Din and the males, they walked into more than they bargained for.
Hanna and the others walked boldly towards the K-9 Town females. No plan, just intending to start trouble. The dogs went silent as they entered, looking at them but not one of them made a sound.

Easy prey, the wolves thought.

But when they were about 10 feet from face to face, it happened. Up jumped every one of the K-9 Town females and with the quickest moves they had ever seen, Hanna and the others were surrounded. Not surrounded as a group but each of them were pushed around and encircled by at least three savage dogs before they could protest in any way.
Since it was Wolfhound Winnie’s attention-getting that they were interrupting, she felt it only right that she should be speaker.

It was obvious that Hanna was leading the wolves. She was the only one still standing proudly, whereas the others were rightfully showing fear. Winnie held her hot temper but directed her cold words at her.
“What was your plan?” she asked. “Besides thinking you would come into our home, disrespect us and possibly even do physical harm.”

Hanna said nothing at first but she could feel the tension rising in the dogs surrounding them. She knew she had to do or say something before they became the victims of this suddenly unrecognizable group.

“Do you think it is fair to surround us three and four to one, no matter what our intentions. One on one would prove you are brave and fearless females,” said Hanna.
“We’ve already proven that, and we don’t need to repeat ourselves,” said Winnie. I’ll tell you up front, we are no longer fair to our enemies or others who wish to do us harm. We outnumber you and will make small work of you in the least amount of time.

We’re busy and don’t want to be bothered by you.”

Hanna’s thinking was exactly as Shocka Din's when facing Omar Blue and the males. This was so unexpected. Now, she just wanted to get her and the others away from these dogs.

Luckily, one of the others gave them an out.

It was Afghan Bee Bee who spoke. “Come you all, leave them here. They’re no threat to us. Let’s get back to our planning.”

The K-9 Town females looked at each other in agreement and to Hanna’s amazement dismissed them like they were nothing, without another word, turning their backs to them and walking away.

They walked a few yards, then turned and looked back. They saw the K-9 Town females were back where they had begun, looking like the prima donnas they had thought them to be.

It was as though they had never been interrupted. They knew Hanna and the others were watching them, but they didn’t care.

What you have just read was another suppressed excerpt from The Takeover, by O. Warfield. Soon to be published.

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