Hey humans, how are you? None of us dogs blogged for a while because we wanted to respect Smiley‘s passing ’cause we know it was real sad for our humans. Us dogs mourned, too, in our own way. We’ll all miss him!
On a happier note, I’m really excited about a few things. I stopped givin’ our humans such a hard time, and have been really good in the yard lately… meaning I don’t jump the fence anymore as long as someone is outside with me. That’s why I was jumping the fence, so I could go on walks (other than the Pack Walk, of course, I always get to go on those), and spend more time humans ’cause that’s what I love. I even have a favorite volunteer, Crissy! She spends lots of time with me when she comes in and she always walks me, too! I think I’m her favorite!
Here’s my big news… I’m going to be on the KC Pet Telethon!!!!! I found out Tuesday that I was chosen to be on the KC Pet Telethon this year, and I’m so happy about it. It’s from 6:30-9:30 p.m. on March 1st, on 38 The Spot. I don’t know all the details, just that it’s real big deal for our humans because the KC Pet Telethon brings in lots of donations for our shelter. Those donations help our humans care for us dogs and cats (I still don’t see what all the fuss is about cats, but I know some humans really like them… I do enjoy watching them run around in the cat rooms, though), and help humans who live around here with their pets by providing low cost spay/neuter and wellness care (pets need to go to the doctor sometimes, too, ya know). I knew something was up Tuesday morning ’cause Christine and Pete introduced me to Nemo (we’ll be going on TV together). After maybe a minute, I decided I liked him okay and started to play with him a little bit. Pete and Christine were really impressed about how good I was (I have a little crush on Diesel, too, but he’s healing from a surgery he had to have on his knee) with Nemo… so maybe if we keep doin’ real well together, we can hang out in the yard and play together. I’ve heard the KC Pet Telethon is going to be even more fun to watch this year than last year with more fun stuff about our dogs and cats. I hope maybe someone will see me on TV and say “wow, she’s a beautiful dog… I want to meet her”. I’ll get a bath and a pretty new collar to wear on TV, so I’m sure I’ll be looking pretty!
Make sure to watch the Telethon, donate, and check me out >
I’m gonna go for now, Pete is doing Volunteer Orientation, and I gotta check out the new humans coming in to meet us. Bye!