Dear Diary, The squirrels are keeping a Squirrel Nursery on My Deck. There are three baby squirrels eating the bird food. My job is to chase them away. I am Very Busy in my job. I watch out the window and I watch out of the dog door. When I Run Out and Bark, they […]
Dear Diary (Christmas Edition)
Dear Diary, There are some Very Strange Things going on in the neighborhood. We were on a Walk and Mom said I should Sit. I Sat and those big dogs were Staring at me. Mom said I could Help Pull Santa’s Sleigh. I asked if there would be Treats. Mom just laughed. There is a […]
Thursday, 6:32 p.m. (CDT) THERE IS SOMETHING UNDER THE BACK DECK!!! Investigation is ongoing!!!!!
Dear Diary, There was LOTS of PMail in that brush pile yesterday. We always stop there to read, but yesterday was THE BEST!! We read that Mocha and Darla stopped there. And the skinny white cat that stares at us from the top of a car (and thinks we don’t see her, but we do! […]
Jack Meets a Plastic Sack
Thursday, 6:32 p.m. (CDT). Evening rounds. Strange object blows into the front yard. Jack slowly and carefully approaches the foreign object and finds it to be harmless. Thursday, 6:38 p.m. (CDT). Emergency status terminated.
Neighborhood Watch: Return of the Tortoise
Thursday, 6:32 a.m. (CDT). Morning rounds. Back yard intruder. Emergency personnel approached loudly and carefully. Supervisor called emergency personnel to return to post and leave intruder alone. Emergency personnel ignored supervisor until Treats were promised. Intruder was relocated to a nearby safe and compatible habitat outside the fence. Thursday , 6:38 a.m. (CDT). Emergency status […]
Dear Diary, Love, Mom
Dear Diary, I might be getting to old for these neighborhood patrol duties. The other day, I had to rescue the dadgum possum in the back yard – again. This was the second possum rescue in two months. (At least this one was in the afternoon and not at 5:30 a.m.) I was alerted by […]
Dear Diary, Mom says we owe An Apology To The Neighborhood for all the barking this morning. We went out in the back yard and there was A Varmint there. Right in Our Back Yard. Right in The Ground We barked and barked. Jack even ran down into the back yard. Then Mom had to […]
Neighborhood Watch: Tortoise Edition
Saturday, 6:32 a.m. (CDT). Morning rounds. Back yard intruder. Emergency personnel approached loudly and carefully. Supervisor called emergency personnel to return to post and leave intruder alone. Emergency personnel ignored supervisor until Treats were promised. Saturday, 6:38 a.m. (CDT). Emergency status terminated.
Saturday, 6:32 a.m. (CDT). Morning rounds. Unidentified objects reported. Emergency personnel approached carefully. Bulbous in nature, the intruders seemed harmless. Objects carefully sniffed and left in place. Personnel will keep watch on the situation. Saturday, 6:38 a.m. (CDT). Emergency status terminated.