Winston Smith’s response to the interrogation is more restrained than anticipated:
At least, prolly not that often.
“Fennec fox gets a good scrubbin’ then leaves in a huff” was sent in by Alice W.
Sender-Inner Kimberly writes; “My cat, Gus, sets out to prove his theory that humans also have an axis of snorgling. Unfortunately for me he enjoys proving his point when I’m attempting to sleep and I’m at my most vulnerable.”
According to the Los Angeles Times and elsewhere, two red panda cubs were abandoned by their mother, so zookeepers at China’s Taiyuan Zoo found a replacement: A dog owned by a nearby farmer. Thanks to the milk of this generous pup, two endangered cubs are growing up.
|‘Allo, bah-bee… Do not be afraid, mah darleeng. Zis love, she ees beeger zan zee both of us… First, you must cleek zee button to begeen zee make-out muzeek, an’ zen we commence wees zee making of zee out, non?|