Writing a Short Story part I-Daisy’s One Month Stay at Dogs Drool and Rule Academy:

“It is twelve in the afternoon and the temperature outside is perfect. Not too hot and not too cold. Daisy and the other animals from different areas in the mansion lined up at the door, waiting to be released into the backyard in order to play softball. The groups will be split, accordingly by those who are the newest members that now live at the mansion for a month and those who have lived longer at the mansion over a one month period. The staff split them up and now it is time for the oldest members to hit the ball while the newest members run to the field and strike three players out in order to be next team to step up to the plate and reach their goal by hitting the ball over a small, white picket fence.”

Writing a Short Story part H-Daisy’s One Month Stay at Dogs Drool and Rule Academy:

“One week flew by and Daisy has become accustomed to the mansion’s daily routines, consisting of interaction, participation, keeping everyone’s bellies full, to enjoy living a luxurious lifestyle for one month and meet new friends from different sections held within the mansion. She has met Iceman, a Persian cat whose suffered from two broken legs due to crossing a road without looking both ways and the vehicle which sped in his neighborhood, did not slow down as he walked underneath the car and had both of his legs crushed. He was immediately rushed to the mansion where the professional vets examined what bones in his hind legs were broken and soon placed it into two casts. At the moment, Iceman is in physical therapy and does everything in his power to walk off the pain in order to have the casts removed soon and begin to walk independently again.”

Writing a Short Story part G-Daisy’s One Month Stay at Dogs Drool and Rule Academy:

“Dinnertime has been announced and stomachs began to rumble. They walked through the kitchen, sniffing and staring at the delicious appetizer they will chow down tonight. Daisy, on the other hand, was not hungry and felt that she was ready to hit the sack for the night. One of the staff members became concerned and walked over to identify the reason why Daisy chose to crawl in bed before the other dogs. She wasn’t going to budge and quickly fell asleep. As the sun had risen at 6 a.m, the staff and dogs woke up early, go for a morning walk at a nearby lake in Malibu and eat lunch when they come back from their first physical activity of the day. Daisy went as well and enjoyed herself quite a bit. She felt the breeze from the wind blowing from the lake and sat under the tree for shade and walked on the sand to cool her feet that were overheating from the concrete road. The animals arrived back at the mansion, sat down to eat their lunch in front of the television and waited thirty minutes before participating in another activity pertaining to communication between the dogs and staff.”