Me: The puppies look exhausted.
Nell: They have been watching over Poppy.
Me: Yes. She had to have a few teeth out. Poor little thing.
Nell: And it’s awfully tiring being a llama.
Me: Is it still missing then?
Nell: Yes. David had to Glide with Gladys in his pyjamas again this morning.
Me: I wondered why there were only two llamas in the kitchen.
Nell: Gladys thinks we need to keep a close eye on them.
Me: Do you think there is a danger they will wander off like the other one?
Nell: It didn’t wander off. It was taken.
Nell: All I can say is don’t be surprised if you open the door to find a naked llama.
Me: With no dressing gown?
Nell: More than that.
Me: No pyjamas?
Nell: No fur.
Me: This is shocking.
Nell: Sally is in close contact with PC Panda and the cows are on alert.
Me: I haven’t seen any cows recently.
Nell: That’s because they are undercover.
Me: I wouldn’t have thought the cows needed to worry, Nell. They don’t have fur. It’s the sheep who are most in danger.
Nell: The cows are working in the field.
Me: Yes, I know that.
Nell: I mean as field agents for Sally. Do keep up.
Me: Well, hopefully the missing llama will be located soon.
Nell: Now, are you and Kev ready to drive down to Plymouth for your vaccination?
Me: Yes. I feel a little bit teary, to be honest.
Nell: That’s not surprising.
Me: I’m so grateful to everyone who has made this possible in such a short space of time.
Nell: So are we. You and Kev are very precious to us you know. You’re not the only ones who are feeling teary.
Me: Yes. Sorry.