Fee is always on her computer so I like to distract her with climbing, barking and generally being a nuisance. Here is my diary:
Morning: Wake up. I'm not a morning dog. I like to use this face. It says 'I was dreaming, you're not my friend at the moment'.
Have a little nap while Fee goes to work. I don't really like her leaving me and I do squeak when she goes out, but she has explained that if she doesn't work, she has no money. No money means no dog food and no treats! Dog food and treats are the most important things ever, so I let her go out.
Lunchtime: Fee gets back and so I give her the cute look hoping for some treats.
Success! A Stick! Sticks are the greatest thing ever. Once, Fee left the sticks where I could reach them. It was AMAZING. Lots of sticks within licking distance! Sadly, she found out and moved them to a high shelf.
After lunch, have a little nap. It's warm here so in the afternoon I like to nap on the floor. It also means that my bed's not warm when Fee gets back...otherwise she thinks I slept all afternoon!
When she gets back, it is vitally important that I remind her I am STARVING! I've only had a stick, a bowl of biscuits and whatever other treats I've hidden.
After dinner (biscuits and wet food) I like to finish off with yoghurt, It's good for my digestion. Fee eats most of it and then lets me have the pot. I don't like to leave any.
After dinner I like to practise my new tricks. Currently. I'm working on telekinetics. I know that Fee keeps a jar of my absolute favouritest treats ever - Beef jerky on her desk. So I like to spend half an hour staring at it hoping that it will come my way. Sometimes I squeak at it too to remind it that I'm there waiting.
My favouritest time of the day is bedtime! I get a bit sleepy after watching the treat jar for a while, so Fee takes me to bed where I snuggle under the covers with her. She tried making me sleep in my bed in her room, but I didn't like that idea, so i squeaked and howled and jumped up at the side of the bed til she let me in. I'm such a lucky dog!
This week I was taken out to dinner! Rebecca knows someone who wants me to teach children once a month. I've been saying no for a long time, so they decided to take me out to dinner to try to convince me.
This is the table of food. All food here is served communally.
Then...this pot that looked a bit like a giant terracotta flowerpot came to the table. This is a first for me, I've never seen a giant flowerpot put on a table before.
All was revealed. It was actually a giant pot of chicken soup. Very nice chicken soup too!