We had a few play-fight as usual and it has become our daily habit now. Most times Silky starts so I have to accept the challenge as her big sister. This morning, I was in mood for fighting so I challenged her to a play-fight but she wasn’t so keen. Hmmm...it is a bit selfish of her isn’t it? I always accept her challenge but she doesn’t, but I cannot force her. What can I do then???
Silky’s favourite small pink octopus caught my eye. I picked it up and squeaked it. Sure enough Silky came to take the octopus and we started.
We have a few rules such as “Do not disturb when one of us wants to drink” , “Do not keep attacking when Silky runs under the table or in the bed” “Just watch and wait when Silky needs pee-pee”, and so on. Also Silky has her own favourite way of attacking where she goes under the table and aims at me and then dashes at me. When she does this I wait for her and in the middle of the room we tackle each other. There are plenty more rules which Silky and I have established and our play-fights have become more professional day by day.
Silky went out with mummy to see the high-street area. I was waiting for them at home and when they came back I asked Silky how it was. She said that she had seen traffic, people, doggies and shops and also she felt very the strong north wind. Silky also said that some people smiled at her. One strange woman asked mummy if Silky was an Alsatian. Now Silky is wondering if she is that big.
We had quite a wild play-fight match after lunch-lunch. Some people might think we hate each other so we decided to have a friendly photo of us taken. And then we parted to have a nice afternoon nap-nap. Silky went to her daytime bed as usual and I was going to my own bed. When I walked towards my bed I passed Silky’s crate. Hmmm...Why don’t I sleep in there? It was mine originally and it is quite confortable sleeping in there.