Sunday, December 12, 2010

A Typical Day in A Beagle's Life


Go for a walk and scavenge for pre-breakfast tit bits

Eat breakfast - 1/2 cup kibble (now you know why I have to supplement my meals with scavenging!)

Dig a hole to China - very little progress so far...

Check for pesky squirrels and cats who hide out in our bamboo tree

Scratch an itch - aahh...feels so good

Laze around in the cool of the house on a hot balmy afternoon

Bark at pesky junk mail delivery boys who clog up our mailbox

Walk again - I wonder what new scents I'll sniff out in the evening...

Eat again - another measly 1/2 cup of kibble

Good night!


Molly the Airedale said...

We do the same thing to the mailman, Kess! How dare he stick his hand in OUR mailbox!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

The Thundering Herd said...

Other than that 1/2 cup of kibble thing, it sounds wonderful!

NAK and The Residents of The Khottage said...

Good job Kess!

That's about what I get fur kibble but I get all of mine fur dinner!

Of khourse, I love your last khomfy pose!


Ice Pony Girl said...

What a beautiful beagle!!!

Sapphire said...

oh you are so busy Kess!

1/2 cup? hahaha, sounds familiar. sapphire gets less than that for brekkie. she porks out real fast if she takes big portions at a go.

Lois Lane/Laney said...

Sounds like a great eventful day to me!
I bark at my mailman... UPS man... and FedEx man every day too. Much to my Mom's dismay.

Oorvi said...

Kess...don't dig a hole to! The Chinese prefer their dogs in their food-bowls!
Otherwise, I find your schedule very inspiring. About the kibble...a lot depends on the size of the cup:)

Wise wags,

i said...

That's what I call a fulfilling day! I do the same to the mailman, the newspaper boy, the pizza delivery boy, the gardener, the cleaner ... this makes me sound really barky, isn't it?

Wishing you and all at home much peace, joy and love this Christmas and a blessed New Year!

P/s: Hope you get lots of socks but please leave some for Santa to stock up with goodies for you!

Thanks for signing my guest book.