by Anne, Ellen, Margaret, Earnest, Marjorie, Maxine, Eleanor, Pura, Joey, [Alice, Lana]
[What do you want to call him?]
[What's he like?]
Peek-a-Boo is a curious little dog. He's wearing a towel because he's just been bathed, and he's nice and clean. His owner put the towel on.
[What's the owner like?]
Apparently he cares about the dog to put a towel on him. Lucinda (named owner) takes good care of Peek-a-Boo.
[What's Peek-a-Boo like?]
Peek-a-Boo is very alert. It's some kind of fun!
[Tell me more about Lucinda.]
Lucinda is a quiet person with a good personality. She's going to adopt Peek-a-Boo.
[How did they meet?]
Lucinda met Peek-a-Boo in the road. Peek-a-Boo was lost without any caretaker. She'll have to call him. She'll clap her hands and call "Peek-a-Boo!" And he comes naturally.
[What does Peek-a-Boo do then?]
When she picks him up, he will nuzzle to her, very alert. Nice and clean makes you feel good. You know how that does.
[How does that make you feel?]
I want to take him with me. When a child gets in that position and wants to take a dog with him and he can't, that's sad. Who gets the dog?
[Who do you want to get the dog?]
The safest place is with Lucinda because Lucinda will take good care of him and feed him. A child would lose interest.
[How does the story end?]
A child this big (speaker measures four inches tall on fingers) gets to keep the dog. This is a scary thing because the child is bite-size.