(by Sassy the cat)
Hey! I might just have won that contest that mom put on the blog. She wanted to see which animal could get the most comments. Well, listen up you two dirty mutts, in less than a week, I got better than a comment. I got … Read More
It’s me Spencer and we need to talk. Mom puts in her two cents every once in awhile on this blog and sometimes I don’t seem to be represented in the best light. So I wanted to let you that I’m more than just a labarador dog … Read More
The dogs Tasha and Spencer and the cat Sassy love fan mail. They are so very excited that their blog is getting so many views daily, but they sure would love to see their fans leave some comments.
They want to have a contest, Spencer thinks he will end up with more comments, but … Read More
(by Sassy the cat)
Hey, Look at this cute saying I found. It fit’s me perfectly,
Have a good read.
If you can look at a dog and not feel vicarious excitement and affection, you must be a cat.
My human buddy came to visit last night. I like him a lot. When he comes over to fed us when the family is out of town we have a lots of fun. He likes to play rough with me and I don’t get yelled at. … Read More
Mom and the family are doing it again! They’re off on another Road Trip to their favorite mountains, Sequoia National Park. Weren’t they just there, like back in July. That trip was a spur of the moment kind of thing and they just … Read More
Tasha the Dog
“Oh, Spencer! I’m really in the doghouse now, Mom is so mad at me. I’ve never seen her this mad.” said Tasha in a very sad voice.
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From the voice of Spencer
I went to the vet the other day and got three shots. It didn’t hurt one bit. I was done before mom even finished writing the check. I had been taken on a walk in the early morning and although we only walked a mile it sure felt good to … Read More
“Yesterday I was a dog. Today I’m a dog. Tomorrow I’ll probably still be a dog. Sigh! There’s so little hope for advancement.” Snoopy
“Dogs feel very strongly that they should always go with in the car, in case the need should arise for them to bark violently at nothing right in your ear.” Dave Barry