Nice dogs! What is it? Puppy love! They’re Golden Labradors. Tony kept one—he had one as a pet. To him, they are nice animals.
The dogs are in cars and they know each other. Nobody’s driving. The owners have gone and the dogs know each other.
The dog on the left is called Sam, and the other one is called John. By naming them, we don’t know which is a male and which is a female. Male cats fight all the time. If they’re a male and a female it’s all quiet. We decide that Sam is a girl dog.
The cars look the same and the dogs are looking out of the window. It’s not taking place in Australia. Henry points out that the traffic lights look different than those in Australia. It must be taking place in a cold country because there’s green and yellow in the trees. It is going from winter to summer, or from summer to winter.
What are the dogs doing? The larger dog is hanging out of the window. Her paws are hanging over the car. The other dog has a scarf on. The other dog is saying: “Hello, puppy love!”
It’s not a hot day either because their tongues aren’t hanging out!
The dogs are looking at each other. Afterwards they’ll go for a walk in the park. Then they’ll have something to eat. Dogs eat anything! Henry’s dog is a cross between a Poodle and a Cocker Spaniel and it likes to eat chicken legs.
The dogs don’t wear any collars and they don’t have any tags. They might be lost dogs!
This story was created by Ellen, Peggy, Tony, Stanley, Arthur, Henry, Vittoria, Doug, John and Bill at Mary Potter House, Calvary Hospital, on 5 December 2016.