Notes from a small dog – Trying times

Love reading the dog’s point of view, but I have to comment on the top photo of the white-bellied tabby cat. I used to have a cat that looked almost identical, except my Eskimo had a smaller mask on her face and she was thinner (spent her nights catching mice outdoors to impress me). Alas, I had to have her put down when she was but a year old–over twenty years ago. Still hurts. Reblogged from

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

It’s been a while, what with one thing and another. First she blew up the computer, then the interwebby thing stopped working… and now, well… I can’t keep track of her. She’s in and out like a yo-yo.

You wouldn’t believe what she gets up to either! She seems to forget that being a dog, I have a Nose. I am a specialist detector. You two-legses think you are pretty good at smelling stuff out, but you really can’t beat a dog. Those receptor thingys in our noses? We have fifty times more of them than you…and they count ’em in millions! And, ‘pparently, the bit of our brain stuff that works them is forty times as big as yours. We can make a pretty accurate picture of what you’ve been up to, you know. So if she thinks she can fool me, she’s very much mistaken. I know she’s…

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