I love how you gave us incite into how you recognize which is which hahaha
Oh my did he he eat the rat? x'D that happens when petz pick them up too close to the mouse hole because I think the trigger of "going into the mouse hole" is proximity based it seems and overrides the pet picking it up? Maybe also carrying it?
I work at a university and I'm on winter break for the next couple of weeks, so expect more updates from me in the near future as I unwind from what has been a pretty exhausting couple of months (and I guess... year???). Thanks for reading and creating such a beautiful community to retreat to in times of stress, I feel lucky to have found it!
Lucine meets the family, and Anima makes a friend(?)
Here's the thing. Anima might be a bit of a jerk.
Anima: Who, me?
I thought maybe she and Lukas didn't get along because of "sibling" rivalry, but she pretty quickly established herself as the antagonist when Passerine showed up.
Seeing Passerine and Lukas get along doesn't seem to help.
Anima: Glaring intensifies
Let me tell you what I've learned so far about Lucine. Lucine is... a truly majestic creature.
She is rarely still, and a real rough and tumble pup. She wants to run, wrestle, and play bitey face.
Lucine: En garde!
Food? Sure, but also wrestling.
Lucine: Fight me, you coward! Passerine: ... but my lunch!
Nap time? No way!
Lucine: Get this out of here!
She spends a lot of time jumping on the other puppies, no matter what they're doing. Both Lukas and Passerine have already experienced her insatiable competitiveness at length.
Lucine: I win!
Lucine: I win again!
Turns out Lucine has met her match, and it's a good one. Now Anima can work out her aggression and Lucine can practice her pouncing and biting skills.
I was so happy for Anima! I was worried she was doomed to rage-filled loneliness. To celebrate new friendships we took a trip to the beach, where I caught them relaxing (if only for a moment).
After Anima and Lucine had had their day, I brought Lukas out to see if maybe Anima had learned to love...And look, they're playing! Right?