"Next night, walking out where it happened, I found her little red bow."
First thing is to find the dogs!
Sir, there are 4 dogs.
She is almost completely an outside dog
Mr. Bourne, what about Cookie?
I'm sorry for your lost
It would be best to just burn the courpses, so ya know, other animals don't feed off them.
I most certainly can.
I for one am out here tonight trying to be certain. I think you can understand that.
Well all I can think of is that terrier at the rectory, him and Cookie sometimes played when Cookie got off herleash.
Do you think I like this? Think of what we’ve been through. Do you think this is fun for me, for us?
is that something Cookie would normally do?
Oh jes*s chr*st!
Oh get out, get away
did Cookie have contact with other dogs, was there another dog or dogs she might have played with, nipped, that sort of thing
I'm sorry for your lost.
The next night we found that the fourth had gotten into Mullins Run and bit the Elliotts’ Sadie and that white Muskerdoo that belonged to Evan and Millie Bates next door. (square 4)
Is fine, Watch this: Merton, genuflect.
"He was an old guy and had that old-guy tenderness for the dog, it being pretty much all he had left in the world, such as for example he always called it friend-of-mine, as in: How about a walk, friend-of-mine?" (square 7)"And Bourne brought out Cookie and we had a look." (square 8)
We'll have to watch
Could be fine, but also could be he’s sick but just at an early stage.
After saying "oh jesus christ" Bourne went inside (square 9)After Father Terry said "I'm sorry for your lost" he brought out Merton. (square 12)After Merton was there sitting for a while Merton never shuddered and his eyes remained dry, you know, normal. (square 12)
Yes, although, not knowing how it spreads and all, could it be we’re in a better-safe-than-sorry type of situation? I don’t know, I truly don’t know. What do you think?
I hope you are not suggesting putting down a perfectly healthy dog
Merton did this dog stretchy thing where he sort of like bowed. (square 13)