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Rover red charlie 004

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Rover red charlie 004

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  4. 4. DID IT" PIP THE BURN COME OUT OF THE SKY? I'VE SEEN IT BEFORE: I ALMO9-r I JUST t7lI7N’T KNOW IT PROPPEI, ME SOPDIN, couw 90 THAT. .. QUACKERI , ,ou, RE GETTING ' I DON'T THINK THE REALLY GOOD AT BURN 9 comma ANY THAT, ROVER, CLOSER, we MAY AS WELL START EATING, ” WHAT WAS THAT YOU WAS SAYIN’, CHARLIE, ABOUT FEEVERS BURNIN’ FOOD TO STOP THE JUICE? WELL, MAYBE IT'S SECRET FEEDER STUFF. LIKE ALL THEM THINGS THEY KEPT FOR THEMSELVES, THAT WE WEREN'T MEANT TO KNOW. MAYBE IT MAKES IT. .. TASTE BETTER. ..
  5. 5. ROVER, WHAT ARE YOU PO/4'65’ EVEN REP WOULD KNOW NOT TO PO SOMETHING SO PUMB. ..! GOING. REALLY NICE GOING.
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  7. 7. IWA 7561'? " APOGIWAPOGIMA 706' I W 4 P06.’ PER/ METER SE62/REP. ’ P05/7'/04’ AC7/V5.4)’ PEPE/ V757.’ fl/ FEAT 455655/ME/ V7 / M// V// MAL. ’ CAA/ //V5 A07/E 574/VP/ /V6 E)’ I/ /V7"/ L REL/ El/ E7.. . .5/k/ .’ C411//4'5 Al/ P/E. 5/R. AUDIE, WE DON'T HAVE A LOT OF THOSE WORDS. CAN YOU TELL US WHAT YOU'RE DOING HERE? DID YOU SAY. .. 41/7/51 WAS IT?
  8. 8. WELL, WE DON'T HAVE THOSE WORDS EITHER, AUDIE. BUT WE'RE JUST PASSING THROUGH, WE DON'T MEAN ANY HARM. .. HOW LONG HAVE yous: PEPE/ V65 you BEEN ou-r HERE WITH M/ Ar. .. .2 1757567’/ OM mus LOT. MATE? czz_= .4e.4.vcz-. 5/R. 5562/R/7')’. 5601/7'/4'6. 4105/U 7' Y. 7PA/ A//4'6. 5/R. SINCE--WHAT, YOU MEAN WHEN THE FEEDERS ALL" HOW THE BLOODY HELL’VE YOU SURVIVED. ..? / /I/4'7"/4'6’ LOCAL GAME. SCROZ/ A/6/4'6’. 5/P. 65 7' AWAY A7041 7'h’A7'--
  9. 9. HE DIDN'T MEAN TO SMELL YOUR" YOUR" 704/ KEEP VOL/ P N055 OFF 7'/ /A77 701/ NEVER 7' 01/C6’ 7' NA 7'. ’ IM A POE I714 A POE’ I914 A POE"/ .’ N07‘ M/ NE. EELONES 7'0 7'/ /E FEEDERS.
  10. 10. I THINK vou I<Now THIS , _oOR“_ AN‘/ WAY, MATE, BUT I'M somzv IF IT HURTS TO HEAR IT. THE FEEDERS'RE GONE. THAT. G“_ T T’S ALL OVER NOW. ER. .. RIGHT YOU ARE, CHUM. .. WE'LL JUST BE ON OUR WAY. .. ROVER, HOLD ON, WE COULD TELL HIM ABOUT’- LOOK AT HIM. POOR BASTARD'S GOT ALL HE WANTS FOREVER. HE DON'T WANNA KNOW. HE DON'T WANNA KNOW, CHARLIE. BUT HE COULD COME WITH US. ..!
  11. 11. RED KEPT ASKING ABOUT THE FEEDERS’ THING THAT HE WAS GUARDING, AND ROVER SAID WHO KNOWS, NEARLY ALL THE STUFF THE FEEDERS DID WE'D NEVER UNDERSTAND. BUT I WAS WONDERING ABOUT IT MORE AND MORE. I I COULD TELL US WHAT TO DOTTJUST LIKE I WANTED. .. 5 IT WAS THE KIND OF THING I WISHED I DID I UNDERSTAND. WE WERE GOING TO THE BIGGER SPLASH SO WE COULD FIND THE FEEDERS, SO THEY J 1% BUT NOW, BECAUSE OF ' THINGS LIKE THIS, I WANTED TO BE TOLD WN)’, TOO. IT GAVE ME A PAIN IN MY THINKER.
  12. 12. ‘7 I '1!" T SOON AFTER THAT WE BEGAN TO FOLLOW THE METALS, WHICH TOOK A LITTLE GETTING USED TO. BACK WHERE WE LIVED, THEY WERE ALWAYS DOWN BELOW UNDER THE SKY. BUT THE ONES WE FOUND SEEMED TO GO WHERE THE SUN LIES DOWN-T WHICH WAS WHAT BINGO TOLD US WE WANTED. I LET RED DRIVE ROVER CRAZY, WHICH I HAVE TO ADMIT I USED TO DO. ALL IT TOOK WAS STAYING AHEAD AND BEING OUIET. THE THINK WAS STILL TROUBLING ME, AND THE ONE DOG AND ALL HIS DEAD FEEDERS. I BEGAN TO FEEL MORE SORRY FOR AUDIE THAN THE MAD FEEDER WHO WENT OFF THE EDGE" WHICH MADE NO SENSE, BECAUSE AT THE END OF THE DAY HE WAS JUST A DOG. BUT I EVEN STARTED TO THINK OF HIM AS THE SADDEST DOG OF ALL. OUT THERE, ALL ON HIS OWN. : }.'. :vr3(. s '):1.. -za;4,s-s1:. _»v. ;¢. A. ._ . - : . “ ‘--j*’3-. %‘si€, ”1?v. .’;2'. ~". ".- 3?: -‘Z '-
  13. 13. vow-r coME NEAR T, o,, .T ME SNIFF ME THAT'S HOW IT HAPPENED
  14. 14. 7' / //5 TO HOW WHAT HAPPENED"? FEEDERS THE FEEDERS DIDN'T DO ANYTHING TO THEM DIDN'T DO ANYTHING WRONG , . . ».1., .. ~-: »‘ :1": , f-‘. ‘:. r., ,. _+. .._. ,_~. _. NO MATTER HOW HUNGRY YOU Awe 1:, , WE'RE NOT ' some TO .5474 795.. ..’ IMPORTANT "‘I. _:‘. "¢’». ’T. ‘I'= ;4'. ;I . , ft? " ‘, 5?“. 4 gr 0-. ,_.
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  16. 16. EVERYTHING WAS DEAD, HOBBY TOLD US. EVERYTHING FROM THE KAWKERS THAT FELL OUT OF THE SKY TO THE GRASS BENEATH THEIR PAWS. BUT IT WAS WORSE THAN THAT. BETSY SAID SHE HEARD ABOUT A FEEDER PLACE OUTSIDE OF WHERE WE LIVED. MADE SOMEONE'S FEEDER SICK. WELL, THE FEEDERS WENT CRAZY. HURT EACH OTHER. SO WE THOUGHT THIS WOULD BE A WAY TO HURT LOTS.
  17. 17. SICK. WE KNEW IT. A m£"£‘; ?—§J1.Z2’§. ‘§u’T“§Z wsrzs "W “*5” 557” WE" ANSPlC+. <<085!3o>'xIEAfK50 WE CARRIE? ON: WE WENT A LONG LONG WAY sun ws so-r . SICKER ALL THE TIMIE. AND THERE ’ AN7 EVERYTHING ELSE WA5 WAE N0 SVLAEH. NO FOOD THAT WA§N'T no-r-rune. ' _ _ HE BEGGEV LIE TO FORGIVE HIM; BUT WE COULDN'T FINI7 THE WORPS. I'M THE wows-r THING THAT EVER WAS. BUT I'M NOT BECAUSE THE FEEPERE PII7 THIS 77/EYWE THE WORST
  18. 18. MAYBE. .. MAYBE THEY DIDN'T MEAN TO. .. LIKE IF THEY JLIST LOST CONTROL. .. THEY CONTROLLED ACTED LIKE EVERYTHING SEE WHAT THEY’VE DONE TO THE WORLD YOU WEAR THAT VEST YOU WANTED TO HELP 7// E/Hr THAT WAS ALL YOIJ WANTED IT'S GOOD THAT THEY'RE ‘Q1 THE FEEDERS v -5:» . . _—.1.. -:11‘. -y uu.4‘.4o. -4-
  19. 19. WHERE ARE YOU GOINGM? LIM. .. THE BIGGER SPLASH . I'VE WE, HEARD as wewze some 7”" TO-- DON'T GO TO THE RIGHT OF WHERE THE SUN LIES DOWN; THAT'S WHERE I CAME FROM
  20. 20. I ‘II I‘, . IT WAS ALWAYS THE SAME. ' ' I ‘ I I I p II’ ---- -. ' _ ill, “ ' ‘Q’. ' WHENEVER vou HEARD THAT I : I l so/ weowe WAS eowe. _ _ ; S. I I Iljll USUALLY BECAUSE THE Q-_ - FEEDERS HAD vecnvev. f ‘-11 ($1 - — ‘""l T" illllll Iii! I I-IIIIIIHIHIIIIF I T ' ‘ I; .lIIIII| IIlIIlll| ' 13;’ - ’ ' ,7 . . 5-. _ r BUT SOMETHING TOOK HOLD OF YOUR THUMPER: AND YOUR BARKER JUST FELL APART. I Y I ‘: '>>~‘ ‘
  21. 21. POOOOOWWWWWWW OOOOOWWWWW OOOOOWWWWW a T I It $3 OOOOOOOOWWWWWW AND WORD SPREAD. OOOW-OOOMS 00014’- OOOOOWWWWW AND THE CRY WAS TAKEN UP. --«'1'; w. AND EVERYONE KNEW” '
  22. 22. THAT SOMEONE WOULD NEVER BE A DOG AGAIN. OOOOOWWWWW OOOOOWWWWW

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