The “J” Hotel’s Princess Package

Hey It’s Jet Here.

If you read our Thursday post, you’ll know that our friends, Dixie and Miss Mary Ann had the circus come to their home.  We have terrible news to share; bad humans slashed the circus tent and did this horrible thing called burglarized Dixie’s house.  We’ve tried to support Dixie, Miss Mary Ann and Mr. Jim (Dixie’s Grandpa), since then as best we can.

Yesterday, Miss Mary Ann dropped Dixie off at the “J” Hotel early in the morning.  We offered her the Princess Package:

  • Her own Princess Room (with our very own Princess Rachel) which includes:
    • an en suite bathroom,
    • Lots of teenage stuff on the floor like plush towels and soft clothing,
    • An extra Princess (Rachel’s dear friend, Mechel), to snuggle with on the extra mattress on the floor.
    • Her personal food and water dish from home, her personal bed and blankie.
  • Tons of lovies and cuddling from surprise guests, Sabrina and Anthony, our ‘tween friends who visited us for a few hours yesterday afternoon.
  • Customized walks on her favorite routes, (since we know them.)
  • Evening lovies and cuddles on the couch with Rachel and Mechel.
  • Multiple check-ins with Miss Mary Ann to share her day with her Mom.
  • And finally… endless opportunities to hang with the property managers, JJ and ME!

Shhhh… Don’t tell Miss Mary Ann, but, Rachel and Mechel thought Dixie would look fashionable in this bonnet! (She only wore it for the picture, we promise!)

Another great hotelier day.

Thanks to Confessions of the PlumeLife With Dogs and Two Cavaliers for hosting the Saturday Pet Blog Hop.

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Dixie’s Very Own Flying Circus

Hey It’s Jet Here.

We passed by Miss Mary Ann’s house this morning as always and saw this.

Mom, how come the circus is visiting Dixie’s house?  Why didn’t she invite us to the festivities? JJ and I would enjoy circus acts: flying trapeze, clowns, tricks and balancing acts.

Jetty, my boy, Dixie’s house possesses flying acts alright; however, they travel under the name, THE HUNGRY TERMITES.  Termites try to EAT human houses, by eating the wood. Dixie and Miss Mary Ann would never exclude you from festivities.  When you see circus tents in the neighborhood, the humans and pets do a disappearing act, in order to make the termites disappear forever. 

Oh, that’s a good one, Mom, disappear forever!  Thanks, now I understand; that’s one circus I do not want an invitation to.

Another great, avoid those type of circus tents, day.