"Oh come on Mia, we are desi dogs. Look at what's going on around us. We've gone soft in the last few years living with these two whack jobs. That baldy has gone off religion, and we all know that this Reem is of no use. I mean she's in the minority no? And she keeps writing all these articles about god knows what - not having kids and multiple loves and what not. Really cuckoo she is going in her old age. I do like Christmas, that tree is just delicious, and we get presents, but let's face it. They're not getting us anywhere in life. We need to join the majority ya, be proud of our desi-ness"! She was a trifle breathless after her long rant, panting while staring defiantly at Mia. After a few seconds she lowered her gaze, Mia would always be the alpha in this house and she dared not try to out stare her, rumour had it that she could burn you to ashes with her steely gaze and Molly had never dared to look long enough to see if that were true. She rummaged around in her bag of material while Mia continued to sip her tea.
After ten minutes into their coffee, Reem looked
Sid who had been quiet during all of this, swatted Mia on the head. She leapt up with a growl. "Don't growl at me missy! Why didn't you stop her?" Mia lowered her growl to a respectable rumble, "Because she has to discover her own path. Can't spoon feed her. If the majority is what she wants, then who are we to stop her." She sashayed away, leaving a rather confused looking Reem and Sid clutching their coffee cups. She turned back once, "And of course I tried to speak to her. Told her that we should believe in just doing good, not supporting division and discord. No one section is superior and one shouldn't let them believe they are. But she said that we're dogs. And dogs don't live too long so she is only bothered with the next five years. Such short sightedness! Though I think dogs are literally short sighted, they really can't see something until it is under their noses." Sid and Reem looked positively morose. "Cheer up chumps. She'll be back in a few days. You still run this house so she'll have to play by your rules. Or at least you believe you run this house, so keep at it."