Little Laddi (Aladdin) did it deliberately–passionately licking my face–way too close to my mouth–while staring at the big girl Kookaburra. He wanted a reaction.
But just like the night Max wore his wolf suit and made mischief of one kind or another…
All that prancing and dancing, chewing and scratching–they were pesky annoyances–a mosquito buzzing in Kookaburra’s ears.
Kookaburra’s deep, low growl, exposed teeth and turned back was enough said. Laddi was kept at a distance.
By this point– it was obvious–Kookaburra had already stepped into a private boat and waved good-bye and sailed back over a year and in and out of weeks and through a day…
She was having a moment.
Kookaburra was very sad after she met Laddi. Too wrapped up in our own grief–we did not even think to tell Kookaburra about Brooke–my older sister’s other dog.
And now suddenly–there’s this playboy who just wants to love her!