Interesting twist at the end with ricardo! good job!
Author's Response: thanks, I'm glad you enjoyed it!
That is good. It was nice of Sirius to buy Hedwig owl treats. It's a pity she had to sleep on cruise ships, though. Wouldn't the sailers throw her in the sea?
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it! And cruise ships are pretty large- the crew can't be everywhere at once, so she was okay.
That was a very good story. But Hedwig was a bit mean to Ricardo. She didn't have so angry as that, it was only a letter.
Author's Response: I'm glad you liked it! But you see, for an owl, losing a letter was like forgetting your best friend at an airport or something. A really big deal, you know? And I always saw Hedwig as a touchy sort of owl anyways. Thanks for the review!
I liked the humourous edge to this. Especially the bit about the owls owning the humans...seems like my dog and I. Also, the mailing customs in Puerto Rico. Very creative.
Although, a few nit picks. Nothing major and it's only two.
Firstly, "He gave her a Look, muttering under his breath as he untied the letter from her leg."
The' L' in look shouldn't be capitlized.
Secondly, “Go find yourself a seagull to comfort you!” She screeched before flying away back through the open window, leaving Ricardo to despair." she shouldn't be capitilized. Over all though, it didn't have barely any mistakes and I liked the closure the ending gave the reader
Author's Response: Glad you liked it! The 'L' in 'look' is purposely capitalized, actually- you know that death glare you give to people when you're incredibly ticked off and want them to just go away and stop bugging you? In my mind, that's a Look. I may have to go back and make that clearer, though. And I'll fix the other problem. Glad you enjoyed it- I based the customs off of some real life experiences. Thanks for the review!