Huggy says, "Come on up, Ruff. The view is pretty nice."
"I thought we were going to get Mom to find me some thumbs."
"Mom says you are a dog and dogs don't have thumbs."
"How does she know that?"
"She's a mom. They know lots of stuff."
"So," Ruff says, "How about if I stay down here and just bark to encourage you to swing through our jungle?"
"Sure. And that will scare away the wild animals."
"What's that red thing you are hanging from?" Ruff asks.
"I don't know. Some kind of flower. Pretty, huh?"
"Extremely red, at any rate," Ruff says.
"Woah! What was that?" Huggy shouts.
"I heard it. It's a Buzz Bird. He keeps coming toward you."
"Hello, Buzz Bird," Huggy says. "Pleased to meet you."
Ruff says, "That bird looks pretty angry."
"Wahoo!" Huggy yells. "A troop of Buzz Birds! That was close. A sharp beak at three inches is not my favorite sight."
"They're coming back," yells Ruff.
"I believe I"ll move on." Huggy says, swinging into a nearby bush.
Ruff says, "Ruff! Ruff! Ruff"
"Thanks, Your bark made him leave me alone."
Ruff swings away, "I'm outa here."
"Whew! Safe at last.