Song for the Occasion
Zeus laid at the edge of Joana's nest his head resting at the edge. The beagle had been kind enough to nurse his pups. His own pups. The idea was still baffling but there he was, watching his three beautiful daughters sleep. The cold night air had broken his fear of the three getting too hot in the summer heat.
He watched his own children squirm with Joana's. For a few wonderful moments, the world was peaceful. Zeus closed his eyes as a cool breeze filled the room. A cold breeze. He opened his eyes in worry as he looked over the pups. What if they were too cold? Zeus leaned forward and felt the pups; they were warm. Oka
CardiganLover boy?! A blank look crossed Cardigan's face as she stood among the crowd, completely and utterly dumbfounded. She recalled the way Roman had approached her and asked her to accompany on her a walk; she remembered how he'd offered to teach her a bit about bird hunting, and how pleasant he'd been in her company. And then it hit her: he was probably trying to woo her.
"I, uh, I can't leave at this moment, Roman," the Executive stuttered. "I need to make sure everything is alright here. Though I know you'd make a fantastic guard; I trust you wouldn't let anything happen." She wouldn't allow anyone to be insulted in her presence, desp
TasiShe gave a pleased look as they all seemed to be doing quite well, with the exception of Verse it seemed. Turning her attention back to Verse, she eyed the leash that attached her to the pole, concern finding it's place again. She gave a subtle hmm as they explained their situation. She considers Shiloh's idea for a second, then speaks up with one of her, "We could also just untie it for her. After all, if her actual owner is ok with her free roaming, I don't see the harm.." With the approach of a new dog, her attention is once again shifted as she spots another spaniel approach. She is immediately fixated on him, eager to see another lik
VerseVerse sighed as she waited outside a shop in town. She was tied to a pole as Val had taken her not Taylor. She was ready to rip Val's hair out, the women couldn't do anything right. Now if a stray came along she was going to get turned into a Happy Meal.
ShilohShiloh wandered the streets, Man was in a shop getting more animal supplies for the critters at the farm and Shiloh is often wandering around and the dobiehusky mix trots along the street casually.
MerlinThe day was bright with the promise of staying dry however Merlins mood had been... Dramatic so far. He had woken up and he just knew something was up. There were beasts screamin
CaesarCaesar did not often leave the farm, so the street on which he stood was quite unfamiliar. Even the smoothness of the concrete felt a little odd under his paws, he was so used to the rugged earth of the fields. Patiently he waited for his owner, leashed to a streetlight outside the grocery store. How on earth was this supposed to good for him? His owner had sternly told him that getting away from the farm could only do him good. The logic behind this seemed nonexistent to Caesar.
VerseVerse was tugging Val along the road. Taylor had told her to take Verse to the store with her, and it was obvious neither was happy to be with the other.
It was a bright and sunny day in the middle of Fall.--
The leaves were just turning, though as always, they weren't falling. A doe and her fawn could be seen down in the meadow making they're way back to the forest.
The old rusty tractor was resting right where it had broken down. Missing its back wheel and coated in graffiti.--
The gravel road was quiet, as usual. There was a dog trotting along - no doubt on his way back home from some adventure.--
A loud rumble started to break the silence. The dog made his way into the weeds presuming it was your average car making it's way to town.
The rumble got closer, and the air began to reek. The do