Friday, December 9, 2016

Brr!

Furiends, it's gotten COLD here! It may not be that cold to you Northern doggies, but to us Texas pups, we're shivering.


I'm going to bundle up and stay warm today.

Monday, December 5, 2016

Sheesh, cheating already!

Can you believes that Momma is already CHEATING in the Christmas card count?? This is Momma's measly haul -- only two.


But here's where the cheating comes in. See the card on the right? Look familiar? Yup, that's a MR CHEWY card! Mr Chewy sent MOMMA a Christmas card instead of US because she whined and cried so much!!! We told her it was OBVIOUSLY meant for us, but she said it only had HER name on it and it was going in HER card count. Sheeesh.

But whatevs. Even cheating, she's LOSING! Jessie, Pigeon, and I have EIGHT cards already!


Saturday, December 3, 2016

Blogville Emergency Drill -- Fire alarm!


Attention, Blogville! This is Emergency Services Manager Casey calling a Blogville Emergency Drill! Today's theme is FIRE SAFETY!

Do you know how to stay safe if there is a fire in your home? The first step, of course, is PREVENTION. Tell your peeps not to keep any open flames, like candles, where you might knock it over or knock something flammable into it. Your peeps should also check their stove knobs, so you (especially the kitty variety) can't accidentally turn on the stove and catch something on fire.

Step two is HAVE  A PLAN. Talk to your peeps about what will happen in a fire. Make sure if there are lots of people in the house, there is someone designated to get you guys to safety, so everyone isn't thinking someone else is handling it. Keep extra leashes located near the door (or near your kennels if you're crated during the day like we are) to make sure it's easy to help you get out. Make your peeps practice getting out (and getting YOU out!), including knowing what to do if the main exit is blocked.

Step three is HELP THE PROFESSIONALS. You want to make sure to help the fire fighters help you if there is a fire. Monitored smoke alarms -- the kind that don't just make noise at home, they send a signal to somebody to call for help -- are very helpful if you are home alone during the day. Also, there are decals you can put near your doors so the fire fighters know what pets are around that will need help. You can get them at Amazon or any pet store.


So there it is. Remember PREVENTION, HAVE A PLAN, and HELP THE PROFESSIONALS! Talk to your peeps about all these steps, and practice your escape plan. Fire safety is no laughing matter!

This is the end of your Blogville Emergency Drill. Thank you!


Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Blogville takes care of Blogville!

We are all so sad that our furiend Easy went to the Rainbow Bridge yesterday. But now we need to make sure his pawrents don't have anything to worry about as they mourn their sweet boy. They're facing vet bills right now, so furiends of Blogville have put together a fund to help them out. Go to Murphy & Stanley's blog here for all information about how to donate!


Goodbye my friend


Today we bid a sad farewell to our dear furiend, Easy Rider. He passed away from complications from stomach bloat. He was a very special spirit, and we'll miss him very much. There's really only one thing to say:

GOODBYETOTHEWEIMERANERGOODBYETOTHEWEIMERANER!!!!

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Pidge's turn

Boy, folks, lately it seems like Pigeon is taking over the whole house! She and Jessie have had some sister bonding time.


Then she decided I was the one to spend time with. Well... can't blame her for that!





She finally ended up with the primo spot.


Now that's a smart kitty!


PeeS: We are all thinking of our good furiend EASY and hoping he feels better real soon!!