Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Here we go again!


Well, Daddy caved in to Mommy's pleas and agreed to adopt another puppy. Daddy thought it was too soon after Sasha went to the Rainbow Bridge, but Mommy was so sad without a puppy around that Daddy finally gave in. (Actually, it was a little less than 3 weeks, but it seemed like a long time to Mommy.) I hope my kitty furiends won't consider me a traitor for saying this, but I have really been missing having a puppy around, too, and was glad to welcome a new pup into our home! Mommy and Daddy named the new puppy "Pen", after the Bill Monroe tune "Uncle Pen". (My pawrents are huge bluegrass mewsic fans.) I can't quite figure Pen out yet. When he is inside, I flop down in front of him and roll over, but I can't seem to entice him into playing with me the way Sasha used to do. I have a lot to teach this kid. Mommy doesn't usually allow me to go outside, but she did let me have a supervised outing this morning, and Pen actually did play with me for a minute! But then he lost interest and went to check out something else in the yard. I guess puppies have a very short attention span, so I'll have to be patient.

4 comments:

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Yes, puppies have a short attention span. But as he starts growing, he'll be driving you nuts with his long playing the annoying brother routine. So hang in there. You two will form your own bond soon.

Elin! said...

Just want to let u know that our furriend Cal from the Creek Cats went to the bridge just now.. :(

Let us purrs for his family~

Name: Mr. Hendrix said...

aw, that is sweet. No one should tell you when you should get another furry family member. Everyone is different and there are so many furries who need loving homes. After all, getting a new puppy or kitty isn't replacing the one who went before. That isn't possible!

Pen is very cute! I'm sure you two will become friends and playmates very soon. Just be sure he knows that it is the kitty that is in charge!

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Hey, Curly, we hope you are having fun with your new puppy. Happy Easter!