This fills the square “Biting the Foot,” and references the dragons’ pet Tay-tay, described here
Some people’s neighbors had dogs.
Some people had people for neighbors, or at least humans.
Carl didn’t know why his wife had insisted on moving to Smokey Knoll, or why they’d bought the house across from the dragons (except that the only other humans lived nearby), but he knew that the dragons had a pet, an erbiss, a blue-green dog-lizard thing.
And the erbiss had grabbed on to the foot of Carl’s friend Don, and would not let go or be removed.
And the damn human neighbors were laughing.
“They can sense malice, you know.”
Some people had human neighbors.
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