CAN YOU BELIEVE WHAT MY HUMAN FAMILY DID?
THEY BOUGHT THIS THING IN CALLED MAX. . .
He is a half pug and half chihuahua. They thought he was just so cute. Seven pounds of cuteness.
Bah Humbug. I don't think he's cute. I think he's nothing but a seven pound pest.
Mom said they loved me so much they wanted another one to love too. But that's not how I felt when they brought him home to my house! And can you believe that little you know what had the gumption to eat my food? I like to snack and eat it when I want to eat it - and he ate his and then went right to mine!
Okay they went to
I was soooooooooo mad! Well I showed them. I'm the master of this house. I h--p-d the dog all night long!!!!!!!!!!!!! I drove my mom and boy crazy. And Max too. He had to run like a big baby to his cage. My mom and boy were worried about me - but I had to show him who was going to be the big boss in this house - didn't I? I mean what did they expect springing this on me???
Well after about 7 hours of stress -mom put him in his cage to go to bed and I got the bed - of course.
Well Max was up all night. We all woke up tired! I wasn't any happier in the morning either.
Well grandma has allergies. She never had a dog before me - and she said that the Lord made me for them. Thank the Lord (and I mean that) she was allergic to MAX (and not me!). They were going to have to return him. (He he he he). I was thrilled! Grandma's arms were breaking out and had red itchy skin and they didn't want to let it go to long as they might have to get rid of me too! NO WAY!!!
All I know is this - I am KING of MY castle again. I'm happy and you know what friends? I think I am appreciated a lot more around here.
The problem is this - they saw how little that darn Max was and they have me on a diet! Do you think I am happy with this new diet? NO!!!!!!!! I am starving. At least I think I am.
And I ask you why do they get to eat and not me - they need a diet too!!!???
Oh my I am a frustrated four year old pup, but I am loved and I really do love them so I'll let this pass.
After all, I am . . .
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”