It seems like the apples on my tree at home are just raining down, and there's nothing I can do about it.
Every few days, I try to chuck them over the fence to the greenbelt adjacent to our backyard. There are several families of deer there, and the apples are typically gone the next morning.
Last night, Koa was out there with me as I tossed apple over apple over the fence. I noticed he'd get REALLY excited whenever I'd pick one up, but I didn't think much of it until one bounced off the fence and he caught it neatly in his mouth, then dropped it at my feet.
I picked it up and threw it across the yard, and he bounded after it. Of course, being half rotted, it split in two, and he carried it for a few paces before dropping it, licking it and looking at me.
"Something's not right here," he seemed to say.
But he caught the next apple that didn't make it over the fence. Same routine: Catch, drop, lick, ponder.
He ate a few tiny chunks that were scattered in the yard, but wouldn't touch the whole apples.
So that's my story: My dumb dog chases apples. Then gets mad that they're apples. But still wants to play with them because, hey ... maybe next time it will be a ball.
Hey dummy, here's a tip: If it smells like an apple, it's probably never going to be a ball!
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