Good evening one and all, this is your favourite hound, Kylie speaking! Well, what an eventful weekend it's been! We FINALLY got to try out the all new Pet Minicab for starters. Despite being kept waiting for weeks on end, it was definitely worth the wait once we climbed into the car. We should have been taken for a day out weeks ago, but all we heard was a load of excuses from the servants. Either the beds weren't quite ready or they were too busy or the male servant needed somewhere quiet to go to sleep and chose the pet minicab; you name it, we heard it!
Yesterday, though, we went for a nice car ride and then had a jolly good walk round a nice park in Tettenhall, near Wolverhampton (pic below)
The afternoon was slightly marred, however, for when we got home the male servant decided he would take advantage of our 'tired' state and file our nails and brush our teeth!. Needless to say we were less than impressed and Lucy took the drastic step of lying on all of her paws to prevent him from gaining access and also burying her head in a cushion so he couldn't brush her teeth. After several minutes of moaning with a few choice words the male servant finally finished tormenting us and left us alone again (the moaning and the choice words came from the servant's mouth, not ours by the way)
Today (3rd October 2016) is Ben's 70th birthday (10 in the old money of human years). We love birthdays because the female servant bakes lots of nice treats as seen in the below picture.
As you can see, we were very interested and couldn't wait to try them. We gave them the thumbs up as ever but we would like her to bake more for us as it's not our fault you humans only count one birthday a year- we have 7 in doggy years so on that basis we should have twenty one batches of cakes per year, not a paltry three!
Until next week, we're off to stuff our faces!
Kylie, Ben and Lucy
Kylie & Lucy
We are occasionally lively greyhounds who live with two human servants. Sadly our house- mate Ben crossed the Rainbow Bridge on 23/09/18, just a few hours after writing his final blog. We miss him so much but we know he's running free and no longer in pain.