Monday, 25 March 2013

Dog Tired

"Think I'll just have another nap."
- Mr Woof, Doggsbody.
Hello Everyone,

How was your weekend?  Mine was good, except I got a bit worn out.

I watched some movies with Mum, and ate some treats and all those good things.

And I went for a really big walkie.

I went with Mr 19 and Mum, and my friend Nelson who lives upstairs and three of his humans. We went all the way to the post box up the street and back. Mum says I walked almost two whole blocks each way.

I walked quite fast, as well. I almost kept up with the others for a fair bit of the way.  But then we came to some really, really long grass.  It was higher than Mum's ankle!  Well, even if I didn't have a bad leg, I have really short legs, and that really long grass was like a jungle.

I stopped at the edge of it as if it was a solid wall. Mr 19 laughed at me. Mum told the others to go on without us, and we would wait for them where we were and all go home together.

But I'm a tougher dog than that.  I thought about it for a while, and then valiantly started to push my way through that terrible long grass.

It was slow, hard work, but I did it.

And after we got there, we had to come all the way home.

Well, last night, when Mum was looking for me to put me to bed, she found I was already there, sound asleep.  She got me up this morning to go out for my er morning time out on the lawn. As soon as I was back inside, I asked to be picked up on to the couch and I went back to sleep.

It's lunchtime now, but I think when I've written this cat-it-orial, and sneaked a couple of Bumpy's Friskies, I'll probably go back to sleep again.

It was a really good weekend, but today's even better - because I can sleep and no-one's wanting me to do anything else. (When you get to be as old as I am, you'll understand how important that is.)

Hope you're all having a good day too,
Licks and tail wags,
Mr Woof,

1 comment:

  1. You're brave, Mr. Woof! Love, Gracie Kitty


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