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"Down The Drain With Jane"
Wednesday, April 15, 2009 • Posted April 15, 2009

They say that pets become like their masters. Okay, this could be true. Whereas, Natcha is always a yapping and wanting attention, so I guess that’s me! She likes to eat, so that’s like me, too. She loves to cuddle up and just be still and sleep. Oh, yes, that’s my girl.

Now, Z and Louie, they are really a compatible pair, if I ever saw one. Louie loves to ride around in that old Blue pickup of Z’s. So does Z, in fact Z hardly ever uses his other pickup. Louie loves to take naps. This is a nap in the morning and also in the afternoon. That’s pretty much Z’s life style, too! Of course both like to “HOWL” at night! Neither one, portrays exquisite manners, in fact sometimes I don’t think either of them has any manners, at all! Louie isn’t much on being called upon demand. He’ll come on home at his own leisure. Boy, that’s Z over and over.

But, when you get down to the nitty-gritty of Z and Louie, they’re both lovable and no matter how mad you get at them, there’s that lovable side that you just can’t resist. So, I see me yapping at Z and Z ignoring me. Just as Natcha yaps at Louie. Thus, our lives go on harmonious because we have each other and we’ve got our dogs.

No, I don’t have a pooper scooper for Z. However, folks need to tend to their animals, but animals will be animals and they haven’t quite mastered the flushing toilet. So, when you see a dog unloading on your yard, don’t yell at the dog, yell at the owner. But, proving the load is that of the dogs will be hard to prove in any court! So, you might just have to get along with the dogs and the owners. Or get you a dog that poops in their yard.

P.S. Too, Gerry that April Fool’s joke was just not funny! Not funny at all. But I am relieved to know that Dozer won’t have a mean old step mother.

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