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Reviewer: Lil black dog Signed [Report This]
Date: 31 Dec 2013 20:35 Title: Chapter 5 - The Princess

Aww.  ::total squee::  Really, really cute chapter, and I feel Spot's thoughts were right on--I distinctly get the impression from our cat Dewey that he is soooo frustrated with us at times for not completely understanding what he wants, or is thinking.  Unlike the dogs, who are always happy. ;-)

I like it that both sides (and time periods) are working together to get Porthos home, even if they don't realize it.  It never ceases to amaze me how quickly animals can work their way into your heart, as Porthos clearly did, on both ships.

Author's Response:

Everybody wants to do right (although they might not be too sure of how to do it). And yeah, a quick nose touch. :)

Reviewer: CeJay Signed [Report This]
Date: 25 Dec 2013 00:20 Title: Chapter 5 - The Princess

Look at T'Pol showing real heart here for a Vulcan. Nicely done.

And the name thing actually explains a lot about cats. And who said they can't get along with dogs?

Cute story, very well done.

Author's Response:

Thank you - just one more piece and then we're done.

Reviewer: FalseBill Signed [Report This]
Date: 24 Dec 2013 19:51 Title: Chapter 5 - The Princess

Now that is special.

I like how the two crew logic seems right and in-sink yet being different at the same time. Glad to hear T'Pol point out that Porthos is key to crew morale.
I do love how the two animals interact so true to both Cat and Dog mentalities and yet still friends. Did enjoy learning Spot real name is Princess.
I look forward to seeing the conclusion now.

Author's Response:

I thank you. I have observed a lot of pets in my life (more dogs than cats, actually). Dogs, I have to figure, are all about how things smell and sound, and about pleasing the person(s) who they feel are their Alpha and who take care of them and can do no wrong. Cats, I think, are more aloof because they feel a bit misunderstood than anything else. They also feel they are responsible for us, and that has to be daunting.

Thank you for reading!

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