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Big dog's draft house


Big dog's draft house," I sd. "And he's been here about a week now."

"You know who's the driver?"

I nodded. "He's big. A head taller than I am."

"Does he have red hr?"

"I don't know. I've never seen him in this life."

"You seen him before? In any life?"

"He came for a visit."

"What's his name?"

I couldn't tell him. It was probably in the will.

"Where are you taking him?"

"To the vet. He's had a couple of things checked out. He's in pn. The vet's going to do some more tests."

"He has a collar with a tag on it, a white dog."

"That's my mother's dog. We're taking it to her. It was in the garage."

"Is it hurt?"

"No."

"Can I have the address?"

"I'm not allowed to give you that information."

"You can't go on a trip without giving the city your address."

"No. The city is not allowed to ask that question."

"So we're just going to have to take you. We can't ask questions."

"I'm not going. I'll stay here."

"I can't do that."

"Yes you can. I'm just going to stay here. I don't want to leave."

"I can't leave you here."

"Why not?

"It's just the rules."

I sd, "Rules are made to be broken. But if you're going to do that you can't ask the rules."

"Why not?"

"Because they aren't the rules. They're just the rules."

"So what are the real rules? You want me to take you with me, is that what you're saying?"

"No. I want you to leave me here."

"Why are you acting like this?"

"Why are you?"

"You're supposed to trust me."

"I don't have to trust you. I just have to trust myself."

"But you've got to come with me."

"No."

"Why not?"

"I'm sick of hearing that."

"But you've got to come with me."

"I'm not going."

"I'll take you away from this place. You'll never see anyone else ever agn."

"No."

"I'll take you far away from here."

"No."

"But you're sick of hearing it."

"I'm not going anywhere. I don't have to do anything."

"I don't want to leave you here alone."

"Why? I won't be alone. I've got my mother's dog."

"She might not know you're here."

"She'll know. She has a key."

"She has a key? But you're the owner. You're not supposed to have a key."

"She has a key."

"Why does she have a key?"

"You know why. She wants to play with the dog. The dog needs to go to the vet. The vet wants to take the dog away."

"What's the dog's name?"

"The dog is called the dog. The vet is going to call him the dog. We'll get a hold of the dog. We'll get a hold of him."

"When is the vet coming?"

"He's coming now."

"Is he coming by himself?"

"He doesn't need to. My mother's dog doesn't need to. I'm sick of it. I don't want to see the vet."

"You'll have to see the vet."

"I don't want to see the vet."

"It's not safe for you to be here. You don't even have a collar. He could take you away from here. It could be dangerous."

"I don't want to see the vet."

"I'll have to take you."

"I don't want to see the vet."

"I don't care. I'm not leaving you here."

"Why are you going to take me?"

"Because I have to take you."

"Why?"

"It's a rule."

"Why is it a rule?"

"Because we are in an emergency."

"I'm not in an emergency. I'm not in trouble. I'm not sick."

"You'll be in trouble. You'll be in trouble because you're not supposed to be here."

"I'm sick."

"Sick of what?"

"I don't know. Sick of the rules."

"That's what they're for."

"But I'm sick."

"But you're not sick."

"I am."

"What is sick?"

"I don't know."

"That's why we have rules."

"It isn't a rule."

"You're not supposed to have a key. That's a rule."

"I'm sick."

"I have to take you to the vet."

"I'm not going to the vet. I don't want to go to the vet."

"You'll have to go to the vet. It's part of being a dog."

"I don't want to see the vet."

"You have to see the vet. You can't see the vet without a collar. You have to go to the vet with a collar on your neck."

"I don't want to go to the vet."


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