10 October, 2009

And the winners are...

DRRRRRRRUM ROLL PLEASE!! *patpatpatpatpat* LOUDER!!! *boombangbongboom* AAAHH THAT'S TOO LOUD!!!!! OK, OK, yeah. Congratulations to the three winners of my Story Contest! Yay!! *dancedancedance* Hoorah!! *lalalala* WOOHOO!! *squeal*

With her 1st place Strange entry, Fairiegirlq explains her cat Squeak's interesting friend:

OK so a couple years ago my cat Squeak seemed to have a deer friend, that's right two E's not e a. they had this little game hmmm let me think I cant really remember but I think it involved them running after each other and sort of "tagging" each other and sometimes his friend would come near the deck and sometimes the might go over the fence or something I'm not sure anyway it was pretty cool and funny and weird.

And Polkadotgirlie, with her 1st place Funny entry, explains how she'd never expected her new dog, Sadie to be so big:

We are in Colorado now, and we are going to pick up our new dog, Sadie!
She is a labradoodle and we are pretty sure she will be apricot colored and curly.
When we got to the live cargo building, ( I am not sure if it is called that!) there
were 3 dogs there. There were 2 curly apricot ones, one big, one little, and this
one black tiny dog that was barking. The black one and the little apricot one
were up at the front of their kennel, jumping and barking their tiny barks. The
big apricot one, however, was curled up at the back of the kennel and was looking
at us. We thought sadie was the tiny apricot one, because we had seen pictures of her,
and she was pretty small. The black one got handed out, and we were waiting to take
home the tiny apricot one, and then she got handed out to another person! When we
got to the Big apricot one, they called out our name! I never thought she would be that big!

And last but not least, Cida Justen explains in her 1st place Amazing entry how her dog Lindinha understood that a kitten needed help:

My Dear Dog Lindinha
By Cida Justen

It is amazing , a little dog that behaves like a wise, mature person, at least sometimes. Just like many other little dogs, Lindinha has been spoiled by all the love and attention that we have been giving her since she first came to our family 8 years ago. Even though she is less than a foot tall and weighs around 7 pounds, she thinks she is the owner of the house, and that you are there to serve her. The most outstanding thing in her personality is her craziness for food, which makes her a truly professional beggar. We always knew that she could understand what was happening around her to a certain level, but we never thought she was able to behave according to it.
Making a long story short, this is what happened. One morning, just like any other morning, my mother took Lindinha to a walk up the hill. On their way back home, my mother found this little, hungry and apparently sick kitten which she decided to take home for a few days. Well, when the three of them, the cat, Lindinha and my mother got home, my mother was sure that it was going to be a problem to try to feed the kitten because of Lindinha’s craziness for food. So, she looked at Lindinha and explained to her that the kitten was going to stay at the house for couple days until it got better and until she could find a nice person to take care of him. Them, she put on the porch of the house some dry food, water, and milk, which Lindinha never looked at even after the kitten was gone. Isn’t it amazing? She basically understood that the kitten needed help.

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