October 5th 2011 5:29 pm
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Pups! My freedoms have been infringed upon! Yes! My freedoms to do what I want, when I want, and bark at who I want, when I want AND, go where I want, when I want were all taken from me today!!
I. Am. Mad.
It started this morning, well, last night, actually. You see, each morning one of our neighbors walks his dogs in the alley behind our house. So, each morning (at 7:00am) I run into the back yard and "bark like a banchee" at the neighbor and his dogs. Blah, blah, blah. Apparently Mother doesn't like me stirring up so much trouble so early in the morning (I don't think she likes me stirring up trouble at all, but especially not early in the morning). So, last night Mother put the slat in the doggie door, thus preventing my morning bi*ch session with the neighborhood dogs.
So, I was already pretty peeved about my freedom of speech being taken from me when I showed up at daycare. The day went along fine (although I *do* think it is some sort of violation of some right to be told when I will be allowed to pee...I'm looking into it). By 4:00, I was ready to go. So, when the door to the big room (where Maxwell and I were) opened, I convinced Maxwell to make a run for it with me, despite the fact that it was not time for us to go home.
"Freedom!!!!!!" I shouted, as I ran down the hallway, leash-less. Inevitably I would be caught and put back into the big room with the other dogs. I did this three (3!) times, before the daycare peeps decided to put me and Maxwell into one of the smaller, empty rooms. We were told we would have to wait in the smaller room, without any other dogs until Mother showed up to get us. The chica locking me up in the small room was saying stuff like "to keep you safe", and "for your own good" and mumbo jumbo like that. Well forget it! I knew what was happening!! The daycare higher ups were scared of me and my plans for domination, and were told to quiet my rebellion!
Eventually Mother showed up to rescue me. She was told of me and Maxwell's freedom runs, and showed where we were being kept (prisoner). The room was right next to the lobby, with a window to peek through. Mother laughed out loud when she saw us. Maxwell was lying with his head cocked to the side, staring at the door (oblivious, of course, to the infringements on his freedom), but I was sitting in the middle of the room with an obvious scowl on my face. If I could have crossed my arms, I would have. I saw Mother, ran to the window and mouthed, "Get. Me Out. Of Here..."
So now I am at home, thinking about my revenge.
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OH.MY.DOG. Izzy grrl... I can't believe you actually broke free of the daycare room THREE times!!! :o) Wish I could've caught that on their webcam... or at least peek in on you two in the small dog room. ;o)
Dem say webenge r sweet, bud I hab no idea cuz I hab neber tasted it. Wemme kno', 'kay, Izzy?
BOL...sorry don't mean to laugh. But I think you have some sweet revenge to get on Mother and those daycare chickies...
Well Izzy, perhaps the Daycare was afraid you were going to start a protest -- it's one thing to have an "Occupy Wall Street" protest going on (there was even a mini version here in Cincinnati) but what would the Daycare do if you organized an "Occupy Doggie DayCare" event?
Pennie, Mom said she went out for lunch in Philly, couldn't really see the people for the protest but saw losts of helicopters...she was going to go down and tell them about Izzy's problem..BOL
Wow- I'm sure you have a strong case! I will get my legal team on it and we will sue on your behalf. How can you concentrate on world domination with your rights being violated like this?
Prof. Chester, fired-up about your case
Noooo....that was from ME; not my mom!
Pongo and I were having lunch at Turtle pond and were watching you and Max. Pongo laughed so hard he spit up his kielbasa.