Thursday, November 10, 2016

Pocket Sends Enzo on a Secret Mission

The message was left on a seldom used rock down the street from my house.  It was peed confidential.  Any smell would dissipate seconds after I whiffed it.  I couldn’t even trust River.  I blocked her with my little body and sniffed the pee mail.  A cold feeling passed through me.  The entire world, both dogs, and humans were in danger.  There was only one soul who could save us.
When I got home, I sent him a message on the bark Internet so no human could read it.  Early the next morning I heard the new wrecker park in front of my house.  I slipped out of bed, opened the door and let top dog Secret Agent Enzo, also known by his code name the Golden Nugget into my house.
I brought her to my small kitty condo.  Enzo stopped outside of it.  He didn’t think he could fit, but I assured him that it was bigger on the inside than the outside.  We were soon inside.
I lowered the bowl of silence so no one could hear us even though the secret message was so important it could not be barked.  I went to the the pee pad and left the message then sat down at the table under the bowl.  Enzo discreetly moved to the pad and read it.  A concerned look crossed his face.  He hopped up on the other side of the table.
“You do realize the danger of this mission?” I asked Enzo.  He bravely nodded.  “If caught you could be locked up, put in the pound, even given the needle.  Your every movement will be watched, and you will be in constant danger.”
“And loving it,” Enzo said.
I then took him to the lab where he could choose from one of Teddy Bond’s several secret weapons:  The Exploding Poop; The Really Exploding Poop; The Really Smelly Poop.  I have to get Teddy to update his weapons.
Once Enzo was fully equipped, I told him that this mission would take him across continents, to the skies, and under the sea.  He wouldn’t be able to contact his parents, or his friends, except on his paw bootie phone.  I assured him that there was no dog I trusted more with this operation.
“Just don’t tell me there will be bears,” a nervous Enzo said.
“There will be bears,” I said.
“I asked you not to tell me that,” Enzo sighed.
I knew time was an issue.  I told him I would look after his mom, his friends and his garage.  I then popped his binky into his mouth and sent him out the secret escape hatch.
Travel safely my friend.  I hope to hear from you soon.  
The message was left on a seldom used rock down the street from my house.  It was peed confidential.  Any smell would dissipate seconds after I whiffed it.  I couldn’t even trust River.  I blocked her with my little body and sniffed the pee mail.  A cold feeling passed through me.  The entire world, both dogs, and humans were in danger.  There was only one soul who could save us.
When I got home, I sent him a message on the bark Internet so no human could read it.  Early the next morning I heard the new wrecker park in front of my house.  I slipped out of bed, opened the door and let top dog Secret Agent Enzo, also known by his code name the Golden Nugget into my house.
I brought her to my small kitty condo.  Enzo stopped outside of it.  He didn’t think he could fit, but I assured him that it was bigger on the inside than the outside.  We were soon inside.
I lowered the bowl of silence so no one could hear us even though the secret message was so important it could not be barked.  I went to the the pee pad and left the message then sat down at the table under the bowl.  Enzo discreetly moved to the pad and read it.  A concerned look crossed his face.  He hopped up on the other side of the table.
“You do realize the danger of this mission?” I asked Enzo.  He bravely nodded.  “If caught you could be locked up, put in the pound, even given the needle.  Your every movement will be watched, and you will be in constant danger.”
“And loving it,” Enzo said.
I then took him to the lab where he could choose from one of Teddy Bond’s several secret weapons:  The Exploding Poop; The Really Exploding Poop; The Really Smelly Poop.  I have to get Teddy to update his weapons.
Once Enzo was fully equipped, I told him that this mission would take him across continents, to the skies, and under the sea.  He wouldn’t be able to contact his parents, or his friends, except on his paw bootie phone.  I assured him that there was no dog I trusted more with this operation.
“Just don’t tell me there will be bears,” a nervous Enzo said.
“There will be bears,” I said.
“I asked you not to tell me that,” Enzo sighed.
I knew time was an issue.  I told him I would look after his mom, his friends and his garage.  I then popped his binky into his mouth and sent him out the secret escape hatch.
Travel safely my friend.  I hope to hear from you soon.  

9 comments:

  1. We will stay away from Teddy Bond's secret weapons.

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  2. Oh how exciting…what an adventure!!!!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  3. Those are some dangerous weapons!
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  4. Secret messages? Exploding poop?
    Pocket, you are a grrreat storyteller, but I think it might be true.
    Your Furend
    Louis Dog Armstrong

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  5. Bears are scary. Stay safe!

    Licks,
    Cobi

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  6. Bears... Weapons of Massive Poop... OMD this is a WILD one.

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  7. Wow...we can't wait to hear if Enzo completes his mission!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  8. OMD - how exciting! Can't wait to hear more. Nose licks and love from Moth xx

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  9. I know that Enzo will be successful. He and his human are amazing - he'll do it!

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