Tag Archives: Dogs
Hey, it is me, Louise. The one that Mom calls ‘BooBoo Head.’ I got my stitches out. It was no fun going to the vet but once it was done, I was relieved to get home and no longer have all these strings hanging off my ears and my skull. Mom is hoping that my hair will grow over the scars in time. But she is happy that I no longer have these large ugly thingies on my head. Now I can roll and flick my ears as much as I want without all that gooey red stuff bursting all over my face.
I think Mom is still going to call me ‘Boo Boo’ though. I kind of like the name.
Nine is absolutely crazy to give Sofie cat kisses. Most of the time she is menacing them and chasing them down the hall. Nine loves the dogs but I always worry with Sofie that she is going to turn around and ….
Lulu, on the other hand, is a cat’s best friend. She lets them play with her ears and give her kisses all the time.
Mini Cooper wants to lay with Charles all the time, but he only tolerates it if she keeps her paws off him. He does not like to share food and will growl and lunge at the cats if there is food around.
Who do you like to kiss?
What kind of mischief did you get into today?
I was making breakfast and I turned around and 5 of the 7 furballs were in the kitchen watching me. I am sure that they could not have wanted more to eat since they had all just eaten. But, of course, they do! Why are animals always hungry? Stella of course was in her private suite and Charles was sleeping with the retired human (usually until the crack of noon). No second breakfast for you boys and girls, sorry. But, lunch is only 5 hours away.
Have a wonderful Wednesday!
This is a 3
day dog weekend. Tomorrow is Labor Day in the United States. It is a celebration of workers. But I think we are going backward because businesses are open and people are working. How do you celebrate someone with a workman’s holiday if you make them work?
“In the wake of … massive unrest and in an attempt to repair ties with American workers, Congress passed an act making Labor Day a legal holiday in the District of Columbia and the territories. On June 28, 1894, President Grover Cleveland signed it into law. More than a century later, the true founder of Labor Day has yet to be identified.- History.com