A battle she could not win…


I’ve ‘felt’ the threat deep inside me for months and that feeling grows ever stronger. Think about times when you just knew something was about to happen.”

They all had, to some degree, that feeling and each told of it in turn. But most often they realized the feeling too late to be proactive and act on it.

This is your first and most important lesson: How you must open your mind to such feelings and to understand their meaning.”

Ringo had no sooner finished speaking when all experienced such a feeling, a premonition, if you will, of something…

Season VI, Chapter 8, Episode 46 Dog Adventure 5:

Renegade challenged SnowstormThe premonition experienced by Ringo may have been initiated from the 21st Century—and the epic battle between Snowstorm and Ringo’s brother, Renegade.

The battle went on for hours with neither wolf gaining a significant advantage over the other—back and forth—slashing and dodging with neither seeming to tire.

His name was LoneWolf and he was the elder son of WolvenKing Sakima-Chaska-Heammawihio [Ringo], and aptly-named; He made it clear when barely older than a mere cub that he was not interested in suceeding his father to the throne.

And so the next in line for the throne, Buegonguig (Hole-in-the-Sky) in the common tongue, Hector, was completing his training at the paws of Kuckunniwi-Ogimaa [Cujo-Little Wolf-Leader] and Sauvage LeChat.

Curious at hearing the noise of Snowstorm & Renegade’s battle, Hector, Cujo & Sauvage quietly moved towards the sound and saw… “It’s my uncle, Renegade, and one who I don’t know.”

That is Snowstorm, my young Hector, watch and learn; but be silent,” LeChat thought this would be instructional for her young student. This would prove to be a very rare mistake.

The battle ended badly for RenegadeSuddenly the battle was over and Renegade lay dead at the feet of Snowstorm. Hector involutarily let out a long death-howl for his uncle—several of Snowstorm’s wolves hear him and began to run towards the three.

Cujo, part beagle, began to bay as she ordered LeChat & Hector to flee. LeChat knew better than to argue and she and Hector made their escape…

The fearless Cujo prepared for battle, “AR-ROOO!!! AR-ROOO!!! AR-ROOO!!!

Hector involutarily howledA battle she could not win…

To be Continued…

NOTE: The “Dog Adventures” will be published on Tuesday & Wednesday every week until completed.

About Daisy Boardman

I'm a Looong-legged Beagle, and I have something to say!
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19 Responses to A battle she could not win…

  1. Jack Boardman says:

    When you wake up, Daisy, I’ll give you a dog-treat for writing this. 🙂


  2. A battling beagle? That is a big stretch to the imagination.


    • Jack Boardman says:

      Cujo (our real world Cujo [1989-2002]) was also half-Malamute…and fearless. She was once attacked by a German Shepherd & a Doberman Pinscher. She was uninjured and both her attackers had to go to the animal hospital for “repairs.” Even Daisy, however, will fight if attacked. She was attacked by a feisty Pit Bull 6 month old pup and defended herself long enough for us to separate the two dogs. Both were unhurt. The pup has since been declared “aggressive” by the city and must be kept away from other dogs after attacking several other dogs.


  3. Good post Daisy and beautiful artwork your master has taught you well!..unless he did the art oops! :))


  4. Sarah Cooper says:

    When I met real life Pepper, he was described as, “He ain’t got no fight in ‘im.” It’s true, he’s a peacemaker.


  5. lhalvor says:

    Gorgeous artwork!


  6. John James says:

    Nice ketteh! 😉


  7. Chris Shouse says:

    Great Story Daisy I like it and Renegade is a turn coat too bad he is dead though!


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