This weekend we went to visit my uncle Andrew and auntie Harriet who have moved south of the river. We went for a nice walk in a nearby park and it was teaming with squiggles, seriously I think it’s an invasion! There were hardly any doggies patrolling the area and these squiggles were running amok.
I did my best to chase them off, but there were far too many for me alone.
I urge all my friends who live that way to be on your guard. I suspect they are organised and motivated.
Did you see any squiggles today? If so, I hope you gave chase!
The other morning my park looked like this:
How eerie does that look!
Can you see me among the grass and mist? Look close.
Did you see me? Well here I am. I think I blend in pretty well.
Have a good Friday everyone!
I can’t wait to try the kangeroo treats they look fab! Thanks so much!
Today is also mummy and daddy’s 8th wedding anniversary
Hope they don’t forget to include me in the celebrations!
Yesterday I went for a lovely walk with my friend Lady. Lady is an expert hunter and she gave me a few tips. And you know what? Her advice worked! I spotted a pheasant, gave chase and I caught it! Mummy and daddy were speechless. I’ve never caught anything before. If mummy had had the big camera she would’ve caught me with it in my mouth and everything!
The only thing is one I’d caught it I didn’t know what to do with it so I left it behind. Grampy said we should’ve had it for dinner lol.
Have you ever caught anything?
A little while ago I was contacted by Pawsome Box to ask if I wanted to receive and review one of their subscription boxes, and of course I said Yes! It arrived a few days ago and I couldn’t wait to open it.
I love the idea of subscription boxes because you often find out about new products that you wouldn’t have heard of before.
My box came with a useful flyer that showed the range of products available in my box.
- Yogurt and banana treats – yum!
- A large bone
- A rubber dental toy
- A stuffless duck
- Ear drops
The subscription boxes cost £19.90 a month and considering the amount of things in my box I think this is pretty reasonable. And they also have a sister company called Purrfect Box for kitties. Pretty cool, right?
I think the Pawsome box is Pawsome! Would definitely give it high paws. The treats are yummy, the bone was great and the toys are fun. I haven’t had much use for the whistle or the eardrops as yet, but you never know when they’ll come in handy. I’m thinking of taking the whistle on my morning walk and seeing if daddy responds to it – do you think he will??
Do you subscribe to a monthly box of treats and toys?
Pawsome Box provided me with one of their boxes for review, but did not otherwise compensate me for this post. The views and opinions expressed in this post and on this blog are entirely my own.
Today I’m joining in with Bacon’s show and Tell.
The idea is for me to tell you about a beloved childhood toy. So of course I have to mention Mr Bear.
Mr Bear was one of my very first toys and we had loads of fun together. He doesn’t look much like a bear, but his long body was perfectly to chew and cuddle. Amazingly, he’s till around. But not in quite such good shape. he’s living out his retirement in the airing cupboard.
I hope you’ll join in on Bacon’s hop too.
Yesterday it was a bank holiday in the UK, which meant that it rained, rained and then rained some more. I don’t mind the rain at all but mummy wasn’t so impressed. When we came back from our walkies, daddy dried me off and I spent some time in my favourite spot.
They moan that it’s the most awkward place to sleep: daddy has nearly decapitated me several times when he hasn’t realised I’m under his recliner, and as mummy either sits next to him or in the corner, she has trouble stepping over me when she wants to get up. I love how they blame me for this. Surely they should just find other places to sit??
Do you have a favourite spot?