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This weekend we had “Holiday Photos” The human parents are sending cards with our picture on it, so we had to all be good and look “cute” and “well behaved”. We also had to wear sweaters and hats! Even Scratch!
They tried to take all different pictures with props and scenes and everything… We had “presents.”
It got dangerous when they took Surly out of his cage. They decided to decorate his cage instead.
How exhausting all of this posing and looking cute was! We all just had to take a nap.
This weekend was the costume parade at the dog park! Holy cow it was fun! Everyone was all dressed up, even some of the humans had costumes on. Some of us really liked wearing our costumes and others did not. There were a lot of dogs in the parade, but I am just going to tell you about our friends…and one enemy haha!
I went as a bumble bee which is funny because my name is, Bea. I think Bosco might have actually been a little scared of me because of the time that he got stung on the paw by a bumble bee when we were on the beach.
Bosco loves football! He loves to bark any time there is a touch down or the human parents cheer and high five! He is the life of any football party and Aaron Rodgers is his favorite football player, so that is what Bosco dressed as.
Bosco’s “Girlfriend”, Francine was a Geisha! She looked very stylish with an authentic Japanese Robe and even a wig! She definitely had one of the best costumes.
Toffee and pepper were so cute and matching, of course! Pepper was a policeman and Toffee was a prisoner.
Delia’s two dads hand made the neatest witch costume just for her! She had a black dress and a patchwork apron, a little witch hat that stayed on her head with barrettes in her hair. She also carried around a little plastic cauldron for her treats.
Salvador was none other than the great surrealist painter of his namesake, Salvador Dali! Thom Yorkie who is Salvadors best friend and has parents who are “hipsters” was a mad scientist! They both looked really cool!
The funniest costume was funny because of WHO was wearing it. I heard my human mom said that it was “ironic”, that the big, mean, stupid dog that barked at Bosco the first time we came to the park was dressed as an angel!!! Hahahahahahaha! That’s a good one! I think devil may have been more appropriate.
Scratch unfortunately definitely regressed a bit in the absence of our humans. Their absence messed up his whole routine. The thunderstorms last week only made things worse. He suspects that the whole universe is out to get him, even the weather!
He has taken up meowing incessantly and breaking glass when he can. For instance if there is a drinking glass on the counter or something like that, he likes to bat it to the ground. It seems like he wants to do things that will make noise. He tries to run around on the piano keys too if the cover is open, which isn’t that bad…But breaking glass?
Even though our human parents have been saying that calling the “pet psychic” is “ridiculous”, they decided to call.
I wonder what the pet psychic said about Scratch?????????????????????????????????
Going to the Farmers Market is almost as fun as going to the dog park, I say almost because we have to stay on our leashes… There are other dogs there, a lot of good smells, nice people, sometimes people give us treats and some other people who play music.
It is too bad Scratch doesn’t know how to walk on a leash, I think he would think the Farmers Market was cool. I think he would especially like the music and artists.
This week the music was very different than usual… but Bosco and I liked it! It was exciting and fast and the musicians were teenagers and Bosco and I could Bark along with the beat. We really liked it, but I don’t think anyone else did.
Bosco and I got inspired! We are going to start our own band!
Bosco and I have mixed feelings about last weekend (the 4th of July). There were good things and bad things that happened. A good thing was that a lot of fun humans came to the house and wanted to pet us and play with us! We showed everyone our toys!
Also there was a lot of good food that people dropped on the ground. We had sausages, chips and a bunch of different “salads” like potato, fruit and egg.
Bosco found a cookie that had really sweet blue stuff on it and he got it all over his face. I had to help clean him up for goodness sakes!
Once it got dark out is when things started to get bad. First of all, Bosco and I did not feel good. Maybe it was because of all of that differenty food? I just don’t know. Then the LOUD noises started! Oh it was so SCARY!!! It was so awful that Bosco is still nervous to go outside a week later for fear of explosions! All of the humans were cheering like crazy people for some reason! Bosco, and I had to go hide under a couch until it was over.
At first Scratch was hiding too, but he could not take it any more and he ran out of the house when someone opened the back door. It didn’t seem like a big deal at first because Scratch gets to go outside all by himself all the time. But he didn’t come back! Even though he is kind of a weirdo, and a pain and can be really moody and stuff we were worried about him. The house felt kind of empty without him. For three days our human parents were searching for him and posting signs around the neighborhood and calling people like mad on the telephone!
On the fourth day when we started to think that he might never come back, Scratch finally turned up! He came home very early in the morning and woke us all up meowing and scratching on the door. He is ok, I guess, but he really looked terrible! Our humans said he smelled bad too (Bosco and I thought he smelled kind of good). It seems Scratch had quite an adventure, of course he is more aloof now than ever.
I think he just needs some rest, some good cat food and unfortunately for him, a bath!
Yesterday, while Scratch was outside our human parents let Surly Bird out of his cage to fly around a bit while they changed the newspaper in his cage. Surly was still his grumpy old self, but he was happy to stretch his wings and actually came down to hang out with Bosco and me.
Our human parents thought this was so funny, they took a bunch of pictures.
I learned something new about Surly Bird. He reads every newspaper that goes in his cage! No wonder he knows so much about sports and weather! This is also why he is always so sour and opinionated…
Today I let him use my laptop to write a letter to the editor of the sports section and get a few things off of his chest.
He is angry that referees in baseball don’t use instant replay the way they do in football. Here is a copy of his letter, which he enthusiastically gave me permission to post.
To Whom it May Concern:
I, Mr. Surly S. Bird, am an avid athletic supporter! I consider myself to be old fashioned and care about the fairness of a game. It is my opinion that we need instant replay in baseball now! I am not usually a fan of new fangled technology, however, how can we use it to make fair judgment calls in one sport and deny it in another? It is an outrage!
Football has been benefitting from instant replay when referees make questionable calls on the field for years now. And rightly so! Are you aware of how many problems this would solve? Furthermore, baseball fans and players DESERVE to have their games called properly! If we have the technology to do so, why must we continue with the tedium of these moronic calls, greased palms and jackass refs on Americas’ ball fields?
I believe that all games and sports cups everywhere would benefit from this kind of scrutiny!
Over the weekend we went to the beach! It was really fun. I love the water so much that my human mom decided to teach me to surf. It was so cool! I am a really good surfer girl; everyone said so! All of the people on the beach were clapping for me!!!
Bosco got jealous because I was getting all of the attention. He doesn’t like going in the water past his paws.
Bosco spent most of the day running around on the beach, trying to get some kind of attention, finding stuff to eat and annoying beach critters.
And then, BOSCO GOT STUNG BY A ”BEE!” – (Not Bea)
Bosco started crying! We were all very worried about him! At first I thought I was in trouble because people kept saying that a Bee hurt Bosco and I thought they were saying that it was me, Bea. I had to protest because I was not anywhere near him! Then someone said, “Bosco got stung by a bumble bee on his right paw”, and I knew that they were not talking about me.
Everyone said, “poor Bosco!” Our human parents were holding him, petting him, consoling him and giving him treats for the rest of the afternoon. Even though he got hurt, he was finally getting the attention that he wanted. Eventually Bosco started to feel better and everyone could tell that he was going to be just fine.
In one last ditch effort for more sympathy Bosco started holding out his paw again to show everyone his “wound.” The funny part is that he held out his LEFT paw!
For the past few days, Scratch has been feeling terrible about losing control and accidentally scratching my face during the recent bath time debacle. I am over it, but he is not.
So far he has offered me his food,
Given me a cat toy,
And in a final effort to make amends, he painted a picture for me… of me.
I have tried to make it clear to Scratch, that I appreciate his efforts to make amends and that we are cool… Hopefully things will go back to normal soon. How long of a memory does a cat have? What am I going to do with this “art work?”