I have a lot of friends to play with! Some of them are more annoying than others. I have
friends that are big and small. Friends are fun to play with, even when they don't make sense.
They aren't the same as my kind, but they are also playful!
The very first friend that I made was Tinkerbell. She's a bit weird. She also has 4 paws. She
makes loud, barking noises that I do not understand. She also plays with toys, but hers are
boring. She likes to lick me, and I play by biting her, but she never bites back.
Her sister Lucy became my friend as well. She looks the same as Tinkerbell, but she is much
bigger! She was scared of me, so she didn't want to play. We played once, and I accidentally
scratched her. Now she isn't afraid anymore.
I had another friend Leah. She looks the same as Lucy, she came over to visit me, and we
played a lot. She always poked me with her nose and played with her paws, but she was very
gentle. Suddenly she got a baby brother, but I was scared of him.
I made a new friend! She is my neighbor. She looks the same as the rest, but she is much
smaller. She makes a high-pitched barking sound, which is annoying. We never play in the
same yard. We play underneath the gate with our paws. I would like to play with her one day.
My favorite friends are my humans because we can play every day, and they never leave me
alone for too long. We also play with the same toys and like to do the same things. We
always spend time together, and they don't make barking sounds, bonus!
I also have a friend that is the same as my kind with the name Baby. I don't know why,
because he is old already. We have a love, hate relationship. We played a lot, but I always
annoyed him. Mostly we would play only a little bit and then go to sleep.
I'm going to check where my neighbor is. Meow
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