This imagery poetry written over acrylic paintings is about June Opus: a spirited Beagle that lives in a house in the middle of a forest. Her kwledge, expert skills, and fearless behavior are her keys for survival and success. Those attributes are only surpassed by her extreme optimism, but also enhanced by her wittiness and cleverness. The use of anthropomorphism in the story provides an exciting plot during June's encounter with a pack of wolves. The interaction between the characters and images is spiced with symbolism representing two main themes: the thin line between species in nature, and the similarities between the wild and human worlds. The story develops on one site only; however, the art works have been inspired by different locations throughout the world.