Monday, September 2, 2013

What Happens When our Pets are Mischievous?

On the way home from the park we went to Home Depot and mom bought Loctite Super Glue.  Lynda did NOT buy me cookies. (whimper)


SHE needed it to fix an important lucite box that I broke.  I tried to tell her it was Harvey's fault.  (Harvey is Jimmy Stewarts' white rabbit.)  She didn't buy it.  She also didn't get mad at me even though the lucite box contained her teddy bear that she had since she was 4 1/2 and her Tiny Tears doll she had since she was 5 1/2.  That was a century ago.  It's an antique.

Maybe it will be fixed.

One thing she was upset about was my knocking over a cup of tea; and it spilled all over our new light green chenille chairs.  There was a loud clap of thunder and I got scared and stared to shake.  I ran to mom and jumped up on her lap.

She did get annoyed and ran to the kitchen for Bounty, blotted the fabric and sat down so I could jump of her lap.  She said tea stains.  But that was it.

I'm sure there are other things I've done, I just can't remember.

It got me to thinking about how our humans react and what they do.

How did your human react and what did s/he do when you borke something and caused other damage?


  1. Poodles are quite above all of that. When anything happens around here I have to inform the humans that it was done by one of the other dogs.

    Misty the alpha Poodle

  2. Actually that sounds about right. I grew up with a miniature poodle. If you say it enough they will believe it.

  3. I just ate 2 bags of skittles today. :( my sapiens were NOT happy

  4. I just ate 2 bags of skittles today. :( my sapiens were NOT happy