"You look Pawsitivey Charming," said Patrick, wondering how Henry
knew the girls were going to ask him.
"Today is the day we help Wiggle bring the puppies to Boston," he
"Henry and the others are waiting for us outside."
"My, my, don't you girls look wonderful! " said Wiggle, admiring
"Do you know the way Wiggle?" Henry asked.
"All set," she said, "but I could use a wee bit of air in my tires
before we go."
So Patrick got out at the gas station and filled the tires with air.
"This is fun, he thought. You could air squirt your hair dry with
"Time to do our little part to help the puppies get homes," said
"Are we there yet?" asked Cricket five minutes after they left.
"It will take about an hour and a half," said Wiggle. "We have
to drive to the other side of the state. But every mile we go, someone
is a mile closer to their Furever Homes!"
"Well, six dogs started the trip, but 4 of them have already reached
their furever homes. Two will be coming all the way from Indiana
and Ohio to Boston. Many many rescue angels are behind the scenes this
very minute monitoring their travels. The little guys have been traveling
for three days. A couple of hours is no big deal for you guys, right?"
she asked them.
"Right!" they all agreed. "We have the best part of the trip
because we get to see them with their new families!"
"Well, in this case, said Wiggle, "the families found them."
Wiggle and Company pulled into a McDoggle's Restaurant just before
the other rescue driver arrived.
While Henry went to use the fire hydrant, Wiggle and the sheepies
gave the furry travelers a cold drink of water and let them stretch
before the last leg of their long trip.
"Fasten your seat belts everyone," said Wiggle. "The temperature
in Downtown Boston is 72 degrees. Estimated time of arrival is 5:45pm.
Thank You for Riding Wiggle Air."
Everybody laughed. And that was a good thing, because the rescue
pups were getting nervous, wondering what their new families were going
to be like.