Hey there everybody!
I’m Loon, and I’m real happy to meet ya. Finally! All Lomasi and Anoki talk about is getting a chance to blog on the website. When I asked for my turn, they told me I’m too young. Young? Young! Little do they know, I am verrry mature for my age. And, I proved it by letting our people pet Dakota without barking at them to pay attention to me!
But, they still wouldn’t let me have a turn.
So, I stole the laptop.
Now, I know what you’re thinking. I’m gonna be in big trouble. But, don’t worry. I’ll be very careful. I know I can’t get dirt into the keyboard, I have to keep it out of the rain, and I can’t drop rocks on it.
I pinky-swear promise I’ll get the laptop back where it belongs and no one will ever know what I did. Except you, and you won’t tell, will ya? It’ll be our little secret, right?
‘K. So, anyway, I thought it’d be fun to tell ya ‘bout what I like to do. Right now, I share a pen with Dakota. We like to play together. I really like to pester him (that’s one of my best qualities), and he’ll get annoyed and chase me. (Which is what I was after in the first place. I love being chased!)
I like to chill out with a piece of watermelon – that’s my favoriteist treat ever! If you happen to have an extra watermelon stashed in your pocket, will you send some to me? I’ll be your bestest friend ever!
I also love to play with my pet rock, Mr. Froggie. I like to nose it around and play hide ‘n seek with it.
Another fun time I have is when Dakota and I dig holes inside our pens. Generally, wolves are uber-serious about digging. Know why? We like to dig dens to raise our pups. Dens protect the pups from extreme temperatures and from predators.
Digging also keeps our claws at an appropriate length. Yeah, ask Lomasi about that. She’s a pedicure expert!
But, secretly, Dakota and I have another reason for digging. We’re looking for buried treasure. We’re certain there’s something deep down in the earth that we could use – like some raw meat and bones, bandages, a freezer, or work gloves. (Yeah, yeah, yeah, so I snooped at our needs list.) Stuff like that is treasure to the sanctuary, and if Dakota and I dug it up, we’d be heroes!
The awesome volunteers at the sanctuary don’t seem to mind us digging, even when they accidentally step in a hole. Or three. It’s part of our nature, and we’re really lucky that our people understand that!
Okay, I better get this laptop back in its proper place before anyone notices it’s gone. Then, I’m gonna go hunting for treasure!
‘Till next time!