“Hey Kanani!” Sarah said, “I was thinking about swimming this morning. Do you know the temperature?”
Kanani shook her head and said, “Nice outfit. I like the penguin shirt.”
Sarah smiled, “Thanks. I know it’s summer, but I still wanted to wear it.”
Kaya looked it up on the dolls’ iPad. “It says the high is 75 degrees,” she reported.
Sarah sighed, “Aw man. Now what can I do? Today will be boring!”
“You can take Inkpot on a walk!” Kanani suggested, “Plus, you’ll get vitamin D. That’s healthy for you.”
“Well, okay.” Sarah took Pepper’s leash, put it on Inkpot (which was sort of a LARGE hassle) and they were out the door.
“Wow, today it’s really nice out!” Sarah remarked, talking to Inkpot. Inkpot just kept walking. He was too busy thinking of a plan to escape the dreaded leash.
Sarah stopped to admire the yard. “Look at the beautiful trees!” she said.
Inkpot was biting the leash. He slipped it over his head. He was FREE! Inkpot started sneaking away.
“Come on Inkpot,” said Sarah, moving on, “Let’s go.” She tugged on the leash. “Inkpot! Get back here!”
Inkpot scurried away as fast as his little legs could carry him. “You naughty little rascal!” Sarah shouted, chasing him. Inkpot looked back at Sarah. He was enjoying the chase and was determined to make it last as long as possible.
Sarah ran and ran. Inkpot never slowed. In fact, he seemed to be getting faster. “Please come back!!” Sarah panted. She was scared that Inkpot would run away and never come back!
She sat down, exhausted from the chase. Tears welled up in her eyes. Inkpot looked back and realized he was no longer being chased! Disappointed Inkpot turned around and ran back to Sarah.
“INKPOT!” Sarah cried, “Come and give your Mommy a hug!!”
Aw. How cute! What a naughty little kitty. Maybe we need to send you to kitty obedience school!
The End! Thanks for reading!