This is a love story about Buster and Millie. Buster is a Golden Retriever and Millie is a Golden Labrador. They have met again at this red light and they are so happy to see each other that their tails are wagging like crazy. Hopefully the red light will remain red for a long time so they can revel in their reunion.
Buster admires Millie’s pink bandana. He hasn’t seen her in it since he first saw her in the pound. Millie is telling Buster about a big party at the Bow Wow that he missed. Maybe he can make the next party, she says. In fact, she says they are heading to the Bow Wow now for Milk Bones, or maybe the Regal Beagle. But Buster is lactose intolerant, so even if his owner goes there, he can’t have a Milk Bone.
They talk about their recent meal at the Regal Beagle that they each enjoyed with their owners. Millie had a prime rib bone. When Buster was there with his owner he had bacon. Millie is quite talkative and comments that she is tired of her pink bandana and wants to change it.
Buster says when the light changes he wants their drivers to race. Millie is into that and says her driver will probably win because Millie’s driver has girl power, and anything Buster’s driver can do, she can do better. Back at the pound Millie always loved to tease Buster. He’s competitive, but a good sport when he loses.
Now they have both been adopted and have good, loving owners. Buster’s is a teenage boy and Millie’s is a teenage girl. Their owners are not acquainted with each other, but these two pound pups sure remember when they met months ago. It’s a beautiful summer day in Paw Paw, Michigan for this reunion.
Suddenly the light turns green and Buster’s driver makes an unexpected left turn. Surprised, Buster turns to get one last look at Millie through the back window. Millie’s car goes straight. While Millie continues looking at Buster there is a loud crash. Both cars have been hit by a speeding truck running the red light. The cars are badly damaged and the car doors fly open. Buster and Millie jump out of their cars and run, together, into the sunny summer day to begin a life together and live happily ever after.