rest of us. I'm pretty sure he's going bald or something like that. Look at him, he's wearing a wig in some spots."
"Yeah, it does look a bit goofy, but cut him a break would you Bruce? It can't be easy finding out that you're adopted."
"I don't care how hard it has been on him. We've put up with a lot from Pete even before it got around that he was adopted. The fleas that he brought home from who knows where, the way he sometimes snaps at the shepherd, and don't get me started about how he howls at the moon."
"Sure he's got his faults Bruce, but don't we all? Wasn't some one down at the market complaining how the wool you gave last year was too scratchy?"
"Hey, don't insult my wool cousin, it's not my fault that some people just aren't cut out for the high quality product that I give. Besides, this isn't about me, this is about Pete.
Haven't you noticed how much smaller the flock is lately? He's driving the other sheep away Kenny, they can't put up with his nonsense anymore either."
"I think all of you in the rest of the flock are just taking things a little too personally. I bet Pete is a nice guy deep down, we just need to give him another chance. Look, if you are that upset about it, why don't you have a talk with him?"
"I plan to Kenny. We chatted earlier and he agreed to talk with me later tonight, but I don't expect it to go well."
"Why not Bruce? Aren't you going to give this meeting a chance at all?"
"Hey, I plan on giving him every chance to explain himself and let him know how he's having a negative effect on the others in the flock. But, haven't you noticed the other sheep disappearing? He's driving them off Kenny. No one wants to be around Pete, he's the proverbial black sheep of the family. Or in his case, brown sheep. I plan on bringing my hoof down on his problem causing."
"Well, if you really think that's for the best..."
"I do Kenny. If he doesn't agree to shape up, then I'll ask him to tell me where the rest of the flock went off to. I'd rather meet up with them than hang around here anymore and pretend like there isn't a problem. Oh, and have you seen the so-called wool that he gives? More like ratty brown fur if you ask me. Nope, after tonight, I'm through."
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