Well, the squirrely-squirrel is no more. It was nice while it lasted:
All That Remains! Jamie saved the squeaky part.
I had a lot of fun today with my new toys, despite the destruction of the squirrel. Dad played “chase” with me, and I ended up in a tug-o-war with him over my new bone that left him sprawled face down on the stairs. Muahahaha! I win! Score one for Magzilla, the Hairy Bullet!
Mom and I played “hide and seek” (I love that game!) Mom hides, I go find her, then she tries to snatch my toy, and I scramble all over trying to evade her. Then she hides again, and repeat. I can play that all day!
Mom and I went to pick Jamie up at school. Had a quick brisk walk (only 26 degrees out) then back in Zeus to wait for Jamie. I was so happy to see him! And I was proud of myself that I didn’t barf in the car. Mom had put towels down just in case. Zeus is little and bumpy!
Ah…all in a day’s work! Today my humans wore me out!
Have a good night, everyone! Woof! Love, Maggie
I bet a walk in 26 degrees would be lovely. Hey, wait, we did that! Miss you Mags! Congrats on your tug of war victory!
Poor Squirrel. I have a jack russell who can DE-squeak a new toy in under one minute. Lets say his toys are mostly from the dollar store. 🙂
A very busy and happy day for you, eh, Maggie!
When is the funeral?……………..lol
Mom solemnly placed the squirrel in the trash…sniff(!)
Our Henry has had 2 dducks meet the same fate as the squirrel. Now he chews on the parts.