Every now and then I like to go with my mum and my canine siblings in the car for road trips.
The first time I ever went it was just at the tail end of summer and mum brought the dogs out of the house, little did she know I followed them right to her SUV. When she turned to pick the dogs up, to put them inside the truck, she was shocked to see me waiting along side with them. She laughed and said ” oh Jaxy, do you want to come to?” She then picked me up and placed me in the back seat with my brother and sister; this was so exciting! I hadn’t been for a car ride since I got neutered, and of course that wasn’t an enjoyable trip.
She cracked the back window, so much fresh air; I loved it! Bently was standing on the arm rest to get a better sniff through the slightly opened window; mum didn’t want it open too much in case I got scared she said, I followed Bently’s actions too get a better sniff, where on earth are we going?
Mum had the radio on, very softly, with the breeze and slight country music whispering in the background, it was a very enjoyable trip. Back then Sophee was very nervous in the car, so she slept curled up in a ball for the majority of the ride.
Soon we pulled up to this big building, it had a speaker that we drove up to. Mum then placed an order for a coffee and a couple treats; when we got up to the window the lady had a good chuckle seeing us all in the back and gave mum a couple of dog biscuits. She broke a little piece off for me, but I do’t like them so she gave one to Soph and one to Bently; she said I could have a different treat that I like at home. Oh boy road trips and treats, could this day get any better?!
As we drove, I presume home, I watched the trees sway, and listened to the birds chirp; I even seen a few different dogs I haven’t met ever before! I looked over at my siblings, Soph went right back to the curled up ball she was at he beginning of the trip, and Bently had his nose out the other window sniffing away trying to take in all the information he could before the ride was over.
As quickly as the trip had started, it was over and we were home again; aahhh that wonderful familiar feeling and scent of home. What a great relaxing little trip that ad been, I think I might just follow mum and the canines out for another trip sometime soon.
Hey fur-fam, have you or your furry friends ever been on a wonderful trip together? Leave us a comment, we’d love to hear all about your wonderful adventures!
As I sit here I ponder many things, where does the human slave go everyday? He wakes at hunting time- at first I thought to join the hunt finally; but no, he goes into the rain chamber… the shower I believe the humans call it. Get this instead of hunting he opens the winter box.. fridge I think it’s called, and he doesn’t even have to hunt!
Once he has does his early morning chores, he grabs his keys and leaves. But where does he go? He is my human slave, no one else’s, so where on earth does he go? angrily I sit and wait, staring out the window all day, waiting for his return. After what feels like an eternity, he arrives at almost dark.
I yell at him in my native language, ” where have you been all day slave! I’ve been worried sick, my food dish is empty, I’m cold, and I need snuggles now!” Of course he does not speak my native tongue so to him it sounds like “MOOOOOWOWW MEEEEEOOOOWOW MEEEEEEOOOOWWW!”
All he does is laugh; don’t you know this is serious?!
He better not be someone else’s slave during the day or I will be puurrfectly livid; he looks sleepy, and hungry. So I allow him to feed me, then he may make his own dinner and have some time to himself.
Later in the night and he has gone to bed with the other human slave, they watch some television and of course this is my time now. I spring onto the bed, alright humans pet and pamper me now; they oblige as this is our before sleep ritual. Petting me until we all fall asleep, and do the day over again the next day.
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Every now and then I get a good kick out of scary the living daylights out of my pet humans. For example just the other day I decided, since the human left the dresser drawer open it would be the perfect opportunity for me to slip into it unnoticed; then without warning they’ll open the drawer even more and hit the ceiling when I pop out- haha!
So sure enough my plan went along without fail, not long after I slipped in, the human was doing laundry, like a good human. As she came closer my heart pounded with anticipation; my muscles tensed, ready for the pounce. Then without warning, as she pulled the drawer further open I sprang into action. You should have seen her face; she jumped almost 10 feet into the air! Then realising it was me she relaxed, laughing she told me how much of a scare I gave her. Silly human, just wait for the next one; you won’t see me coming, again.