This is Shiloh Bug writing. Mom says she's too tired and too busy to write lately. She has been meaning to write about Natural Disaster Week 2011 for a few days, but just hasn't been able to do it. For those of you who don't know, we had a ground shaking party and then a wind and rain party all in one week. It's been adventurous in the Foster Zoo!
|Exhausted from our week of ground shaking parties and wind and rain parties.|
|Bella and I have been playing with all the sticks Irene brought us. What a nice lady. Life has not been boring since she came to visit.|
|Topher is acting all serious, but really he is as goofy as the rest of us.|
|I am laying on top of the hole that we dug so Mom doesn't see it. Bella and June Bug are playing tug of war with a stick and acting like they weren't involved. They were involved. They were very involved. They usually start the trouble.|
|This is our new foster dog, June Bug. She has a cherry eye, in which Mom and Dad are trying to raise money to have surgically fixed. She is up for adoption through Bully Paws.|
Adventures in The Foster Zoo have been ongoing today. We all woke up early because Tanker had a seizure and then Topher had to go to the vet for a boy part problem that turned out to be fine. We went out and dug holes while Mom picked up all the sticks Irene brought us. I guess Mom is returning them because she feels Irene was too generous. Sticks must be expensive. We got partial baths. We took a short nap. Mom took us out to train us and show June Bug the things she must know to be in our good dog club. Mom says June Bug has ADHD, whatever that is, I can't even spell it. Then mom brought us in and we all took naps in our crates. Mom's friends called to ask if they could come take showers because they are still living like the Amish people. I got sick in my crate. Mom had to clean that up. Then we went out to play again. Finally, it was time for dinner and Mom made us something special because she says we're all acting funny to her. It was really yummy and we gobbled it up. Play time again, and now it's time to rest. I'm exhausted. We didn't even go for a walk today, but boy was today fun! Dad thinks he works hard. He should try staying home with us all day. We're all exhausted.
|Exhausted again from a day of fun adventures.|
Once Mom gets her life in order again from the chaos of our adventures this past week, she will start writing more blogs. Until then, it's up to The Zoo Crew to do them. Somebody has to keep our fans informed.