We found this bag of adult dog food in the closet. That's weird, none of the stuffies eat dog food, ugh. I wonder if my roommates are planning on changing my diet. If so, I think a strike might be in effect. Let's see what else we can find.
Oh my goodness, what is this? A cage? Is this for us stuffies? I am NOT liking where this is going AT All. *note* a certain little fox just put his paws on his hips and started mumbling "strike, strike".
Spot Magazine? That dog looks beary scary.
Little Bear and I went to the computer and saw a website that my roommates must have left up online. It looks like a website from Baja California.
I better read this......in a nutshell it says that in Baja California the street dog population is out of control. Most female street dogs are pregnant, some dogs are starting, many are infested with ticks and mange (us foxes get mange too, ugh it sucks). It also said there are 10,000 stray dogs starving, abused (ugh) and neglected. That is terrible news. In fact Little bear was so moved he got our his credit card and made a donation. For every dollar he spends he gets 10% back in Salmon rewards.
Then all of a sudden a loud burst came through the door and guess what? A well behaved dog came on his leash through the door. My roommates told me to be nice to our next Mexican street dog. His name was Canella (Spanish for Cinnamon) but his new name is Sequoia (like the National park). He is from Baja Mexico, the rescue group found him living at the garbage dump, they got him his shots, fed him some good food and brought him to Oregon to live with me (and I guess my roommates).
|Reindeer decided to join us for the family picture as well.|