“Are you sure you know what you’re doing?” Fluff looked over Barney’s shoulder as the whie mini Schnauzer tapped away on the laptop keyboard.
“Easy peasy. I watch Mom do this every day,” the dog insisted, waving him off with a paw.
“This won’t work,” Puff groused, rummaging in a drawer.
“You better get out of Linda’s chocolate stash,” Barney warned. “If she finds that See’s box empty of her Bordeauxs she’ll be having Jazz lock you up for the next thousand years.” He groaned as he watched an empty white box fly into the air and fall over. “I shouldn’t even do this for you!”
“Sure you will. Or we’ll tell Linda YOU were the one in her chocolate.” Puff wiped chocolate off his face.
Barney uttered doggy curses as he returned to the computer. “Here we go, Freaklist. See anyone you like?” He sat back on his haunches so his fuzzy buddies could get a peek.
“Eh, you could do better.” Fluff scrunched up his nose.
“He doesn’t understand our world,” Puff reminded his cohort.
“Wait ‘til I’m in a book,” Barney muttered.
The bunny slippers hooted. “You’ll never be in one of Linda’s books!"
“Ha! She’s already got plans for me.” The small dog smirked.
“As what? A miniature Yeti?” The two slippers rolled around the floor in laughter, pleased with their retort.
“Oh, you’ll see.” Barney already saw himself as a true star. He continued scrolling down. “I’m going to make you guys total toast when it’s my turn.”
Fluff rolled over as a flash of pink caught his eye. “Yes!” He shot over to the laptop and used his ear to tap the keys. “Puff!” His fuzzy partner in crime was soon beside him.
“So pretty,” he breathed. Puff practically crawled over his friend to stare lovingly at the pink bunny high-heeled slippers named Val N Tine. “I’m in love,” he cooed.
“Email them! Now!” Barney clicked away then reared back, almost falling back on his butt. “Whoa! You guys better be prepared to grovel big time.”
“Why?” Fluff demanded.
"They live with Cupid.” The bunny slippers thought back to all the damage they’d done to Cupid’s digs.
“How many chocolate truffles do you think it will take to make him like us again?” Fluff asked. “Get Krebs’ black AmEx,” Puff told him. “And any other credit card you can find! We’re going to need to do some major shopping.”
Barney looked at the smears of chocolate on the carpet, the custom made blinds, the ceiling, and the furniture.
“You better get a boatload of See’s Bordeaux for Linda too, cuz no way I’m taking the blame for this.”
"There’s a way out,” Puff said, heading for a cabinet and pulling out a stack of spell books. “We are so going to meet those babes!”