Its Me, Ali Z!
Its Tuesday (GroundHog Day of all days!) and its time to check the mail.
Twinkietinydog disagrees with my advice of last week regarding her desired romance with a dog about 90 times her size we refer to as RH (everyone knows who we are speaking of, right?) Twinkie asks me since when does size matter (forever), age, race, breed, religion. All I can say, Twinkie is what I said and I am sticking with it. You, of course, are free to do anything you like and I hope that you are happy in your choice. Now I want you all to know Romance isn't my forte', and I have another question about it.
Martha and Bailey wrote saying that Charlie the Hound Dog admires Martha (from a continent away!) .Charlie is 11 years old and Martha is only 3, plus Martha has lived a most sheltered life, spending most of her years in a kennel so she is a late developer. They are asking for my advice! If your Romance takes place by mail, I suppose it is alright, Charlie is a lot older than Martha so it may not last too long. I don't know really, what to say, except that if distance continues to separate you, it might be nice to have this loving long distance relationship. If they meet, they might find they are not so sweet on each other. Good luck to you both!
Dear little Ludo writes about his brofur who likes to leave a little food in his dish for later, finds that some dog is coming along and eating it up. His brofur asks for more food and his people think he is greedy.
Hmmm, is this Pepe the cat we are talking about, Ludo? If it is the food giver could put his dish up on a counter where the cat could easily jump to, but the dog couldn't. Otherwise, brofur will just have to learn to eat his food when he has it and be glad for it. You know, the 'take the cookies when they are passed' kind of thing.
Ludo asks what is my favorite kind of food. Huffle has got me eating HAM everytime I can get my paws on some!
Tee asks what did your Momma feed you . . .we'd like to have your wisdoms. Umm, I don't know what my Momma fed me except her milk, I know I get good special cat food here in my home, but I think the most important thing is to keep listening and learning. When you have a question, Google it, so you have the answer. Learn something new every day!
Giant Speckled Chihuahua Stumpy wants to know why we always find the cat in the last place we look?
Because, Stumpy, they do not wish to be found and cats are the very best hiders in the world, its like a game to us, we can fit ourselves into little spaces and on ledges and in trees. Its fun hiding!
I know last time I said No More Poo Posts, but uh, the dogs, seem to find it important to talk about.
Like Tank, who said he gets deer poo in his yard, eats it until he is sick and then his family has to take him out on a leash to make sure he doesn't eat it. He was upset that I didn't "get" the dogs need for poo and said Oprah would understand. Tank, you know, I am glad Oprah would understand, I really am. But here is what I see. I see an addiction to deer poo and you will require an addiction counselor for this problem, its beyond me!
Grumpy Bobby who is from a blog called Kind Hearts and well worth a visit, says Rabbit poo is sooo good
we eat it and then sick it up. Yuk, Bobby, sounds horrible to me. But I have come to the conclusion that NOTHING I could say would change your doggy minds about eating poo. So have at it!
Dennis the Vizsla who last week asked me if washing poo would make it OK (NO!) this week has the audacity to wonder if mikrowayving (his spelling) poo to at least 180 degrees internal temperature would make it acceptable. So Dennis, as I said to Grumpy Bobby and Tank, I give up, I really do and I have warned you about bacteria, getting terribly sick, kidney failure, death, but still you want to eat this stuff.
I can see nothing I say will stop you. So thats it from me, poo-wise.
Thanks for the mail and I will see you next week. Send your questions to comments and I will do my best to answer them.