Did you know April 4th was World Stray Day? We didn’t either. Mr. Caesar brought this to our attention in his newsletter article.
Since Golden Rescue South Florida saved my life at the “you know where” almost four years ago, and those folks didn’t know my whole “before” time story, Mom does not know whether I was one of the Strays that Mr. Caesar speaks of. All I know is that my fellow K9s and Puffy/Fluffy’s fellow felines would surely appreciate any support.
Wowee! Miss Rachael (Ray) has a 100K Challenge going in conjunction (vocabulary builder) with the ASPCA. Think of the biscuits, the toys, the spa days, the blankies, the kibble, and other good stuff that biscuit money could provide for so many animals in need. Go ahead and VOTE!
Our pal, Miss Mel, from No Dog About It Blog alerted us to yet another really scary pet treat warning. We signed the petition and everything! Please make sure K9s like me have safe yummies to eat.
Another great, kind of serious, day.
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Oh, the joy, the wonderment, the symphony of smells… and after all, I’m worth it! I suffered a long weekend of booms and streaky lights (Mom says thunder and lightening) causing me to shiver and shake. I heard Mary Ann (Dixie, my miniature Dachshund friend’s Mom) tell Mom that we received 9 inches of rain along with the wind which knocked over lots of trash and recycling bins on Sunday night.
So this morning, as the wind breezed through my fur, I sniffed the multitude of Halloween wrappers on the ground, the delectable detritus left from the receding water, and of course, who could resist the garbage/recycling remnants strewn all over the grass on my regular morning route. I tried to further investigate these items with my tongue, but, Mom did that “tch” sound thing she learned from this guy, Caesar Milan, to snap me out of it. She and Mary Ann met this Caesar guy last year and Dixie, Koko and I had to hear about it for months.
I almost forgot to tell you how great Halloween was. Mom’s still learning how to post pictures for me; she apologizes and will edit this post when she figures it out. I wore my glow in the dark T-shirt and as always, I looked handsome. When the doorbell rang, I did my Halloween howl (ok, more like bark) and went to the door to help Mom give out candy.