What's going on dog-bloggerinis?! I am one happy boy because today was a super fun day for me. I saw my buddy Hunter while out for my morning weebles, and he's always a chill guy to bump into. Then I feasted on some chicken necks and crunched those bones like the master bone cruncher that I am. A little after that, my female human put on my halti and we were off on a medium hunt. It wasn't slow like our usual relaxing excursions, but it also wasn't fast like those days we run while hunting for rabbits and pigeons. We chugged along at a nice bouncy pace and the movement made me concentrate and prevented a little bit of screaming. I'm not saying that I didn't have any thrashing meltdowns, but it was far less than usual. Plus, after trotting for more than 4 miles I found myself a little more relaxed with being outside. I even laid down outside! I've never been comfortable enough to do that before.
When we got home I realized I was one hot boy and I sprawled out on our lobby's marble floor (thanks mom for shaving that stripe in my belly fur!). I looked like a misplaced frog. When we finally got back up to the apartment I didn't feel tired or hot anymore... I felt HUNGRY and insisted that it was, in fact, time for a morning snack feast. Mom brought our frozen yogurt/peanut butter treats out of the human meat locker and in moments I was possessed by the chilled deliciousness.Mom tried to take the treat away at one point but I amazed her at how I, too, am able to walk tall on 2 legs if it makes me treat-feasting height. I always amaze my people with my magical ability to perform stunts when food is around. What they don't know is that I've been practicing my biped skills because there are lots things that I want to chew on that are not within my reach... unless I balance like a human. Silly, simple people! I'd like to see them try to walk on 4 legs!
Big Pupi also dug the frozen treat, but he feasts much more gingerly than I do so his treat lasted much longer than mine.
I stared at him somewhat cockeyed hoping he'd tire of this peanut tastiness and I could get in there all sneaky-like and take it for myself. I was not so fortunate. What was lucky, however, was my sexy treat beard that made for some post-snack tasting. It's an excellent way to save some deliciousness for later.Big Pupi also sported a feasting beard, but he managed somehow not to get any deliciousness on his ears, eyebrows, and hind leg. I'm not entirely sure how I was able to pull that off, but I happen to look good when I'm wearing my food.
After the snack, mom went to work in the office and Pupi and I passed out for... I don't know how long. I curled up on the carpet and snoozled, dreaming of frozen feasts and medium speed hunts until there was a KNOCK KNOCK KNOCK on the door. !!! I sprung from the floor like an electric spark, making all the noise I could so that mom would realize that there were THINGS that were HAPPENING right on the other side of our front door! !!! What joy! What excitement! And just when I thought that it doesn't get any better than a knock at the door...
...mom pulled in 2 big boxes filled with our feasting supplies! !!! There was mutton, beef, turkey everywhere! Blocks of chicken necks defrosting in the sink! Packages of bully sticks and. WAIT. WHAT DID I JUST SMELL???
No way!! TRIPE!!! That's my all-time favorite! As soon as mom pulled that out of the box, Big Pupi and I started fighting and we had to be put in Time Out until we calmed ourselves. Are you kidding mom? Why aren't you this pumped about tripe?! Big Pupi the brown-noser kept peeking over the counter and asking mom if she needed help cleaning up any scraps. He's such a bum-head sometimes.In a whirl mom weighed and packaged months worth of feasts and before we knew it our meat locker was jam packed and all we could smell was bleach (which is a smell I happen to like, much to my humans' disbelief). For dinner I feasted on old ground beef heart but tomorrow I saw a package of ground duck make its way into the fridge. Sweetness. I'm almost positive now that when I explode out of my crate tomorrow morning, it will be the best day of my life.
Is it tomorrow yet?