He’s playing by himself and some of the shoes have fallen. He’s enticed by the shoes. He looks like he’s lonesome. He’s looking for someone to play with him. He’s looking for a cat!
Someone is yelling at him to get out of there. He wants someone to get the shoe off of his ear. The dog has knocked some shoes off the shelf. He knows he is not supposed to do it.
“I’m not coming over there. My flea collar is too tight.” He needs some shoes. He’s stepping on something. He looks like he has blood on his leg. He’s in a closet. He’s shouting to someone, “Get that fire off my foot!”
It looks like a woman’s shoe. Let’s call him “Shoes.” That’s nifty! He’s listening to someone say, “Get the H out of here!”
He’s an Airedale. The lady is wealthy. You can tell by the grade and number of shoes. There’s a woman in there. There is a bug under the shoe. The lady has expensive shoes, too many and they are not practical. The dog is going to help the woman get rid of some shoes. There are a couple of pairs I’d like to have!
A boy rushes in and gets that dog out of there before his mother does. An earthquake buries all of it. The lady works in a retail store. Someone offers the dog a bone to put the shoes down. But he knows what he is going to get.
Story created by female and male creative storytellers at Seaport Landing Community.