August 29th 2013 7:00 pm
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There is a new member of Dogster who could use some pals…
Nothing much going on down my way. The humans went to Zuni to get some lettuce for Arleenton but sadly the selection there wasn’t very good today. The Zuni market is a little Native Indian store that has a some of everything except their produce is often times sub-par. Today they were out of a lot of things but the big truck was at the side door bring in new items. Momma ended up buying a wilted head of lettuce and soaked it in ice water to bring it back to life.
We have been having more thunderboomies and I have been wearing my Thunder shirt a lot. With the tunderboomies there has been some rain, so once again it was a day of having to get feetsies washed. Somehow Puffy always ends up with muddy paws and I usually don’t but momma said she is tired of having dirt in her bed so we both have to have our paws washed. I tell you Puffy really cracks me up because the humans can see when his feet are muddy since he is white but now he has taken to coming in the door and rolling over onto his back so momma can easily see the bottom of his paws. I think he takes pride on having muddy feetsies.
Puffy has also taken to running when he sees one of the human’s approaches him with one of his wee-wee wraps – BOL, BOL. He doesn’t like them and has decided that he isn’t going to make putting one on him easy. Then when he is cornered he will roll over onto his back and becomes “dead weight”. The little guy really does have a warped sense of humor and is quite entertaining. After he gets his feetsies washed he runs through the house until he finds the “stuffie of the day” to play with. Then he runs and plays with his stuffie while sliding around on the floors with his wet feetsies. He really is one happy little guy.
Hugs and kisses,
Coco R~ thanks for the Puff update, so glad he is feeling spry.
Scooter has his own version of the pup paw inspection. Mom calls it "show me your bellah", closely followed up w/ "stop showing me your package" (even though his "package" was mailed away at a wee 1 year old BOL).
If you ask me, I've always considered Scooter "dead weight". BOL
That little guy sounds fun!! And what a smart one! I do that 'dead weight' thing a lot - I like how Mommy & mostly Daddy respond! By saying, "Uhhhh..." And petting me while they think about it!!!! Bol!