My Dog Leads Two Lives

My Dog Leads Two Lives
I've learned not to worry. I know he'll be back.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

The K9 Town Puppies Christmas Eve Strategy


With Christmas only days away, I’d been expecting to hear from Omar Blue, about plans being made at K9 Town.
Last year Omar and his pack threw a big party. Santa Claus came after making his rounds and danced the night away. You may not remember, but I brought back pictures last year.

 
Santa and Omar took time out to take one before leaving for K9 Town on Christmas Eve. Aren’t they cute?

 
Look at Santa and Omar arriving at K9 Town. Talk about a spectacular entrance. I almost gave away my hiding place to get this one.
Now as I was saying, it was about time for Omar to let me in on this year’s festivities.

He had been pacing awhile. There was something on his mind.  I can always tell. Then he let it out.

 
“Ma we’re going to have a little company, okay?
I promise you’ll really enjoy this.”

My curiosity overruled everything. “What’s this about Omar?” I asked.
He told me the puppies want to stay up until Santa Claus comes this year. They think they were tricked into falling asleep last Christmas Eve and didn’t get to play with Santa.
 
Chihuahua puppy leaders Le, Li and Lu asked if they could send one of their own to speak with leader Omar at his other place. Omar and the other Elders agreed it would be okay under strict supervision/ bodyguards.

As usual, the whole pack was enjoying the puppy attitudes.
I was upstairs peeping down when they arrived. Sophie and Diggs had brought little Polo in. Omar said the puppies had chosen well. Polo always has lots to say. Lol.

 
Sophie is giving Polo his “be a good boy” sermon.
After I said hello and fussed over the cutest puppy I’d ever seen, Omar settled down and asked Polo, “What brought you here little fellow?” with a big smile on his face.

 
As you can see, Major Diggs found a ring side seat. So did Poodle Sophie.
“Leader Omar, we want to see Santa Claus and play with him.

 After we eat and play all day on Christmas Eve, we’re gonna stay up all night until he comes. We need to skip our naps too. Or it may not work.

 
When he comes we’ll play with him. Maybe we’ll let him play with the big new bones he always brings us.
Every time, we fall asleep right after we see you riding in the sky. We’re not doing that this time. If we don’t stop playing, we won’t fall asleep, right leader Omar?”

Omar said, “That sounds about right Polo and me and the other Elders won’t interfere. No tricks to make you all fall asleep. Promise.
I must say, this sounds familiar, Polo."

“Yes,” said Polo. “But we made a mistake and got tired so we took our naps in the afternoon. That’s why it didn’t work. Someone should have told us but this time we know for ourselves.”

“Ohhh!” said Omar, almost unable to hold the laugher in. “Now I understand.”

The little messenger had done what he came to do. He was ready to go back where he’d report to the others who were waiting impatiently.
Omar didn’t leave with the others this time. He went out for a few minutes to talk to Rottweiler Brady, Ridgebacks Koffee and Tee, Pittbull Sammy and a few others but decided he’d follow later.

 

I watched as they headed down the road to K9 Town, USA. This is becoming a familiar sight, I admit I like a lot. I couldn’t’ see little Polo. No doubt he was in front where all eyes would stay on him until they arrived home. Poodle Sophie would make sure of that.
When Omar came in he said, “Those puppies do more planning than we do. I’ll let Santa in on the fun when I see him. He’s said he’ll stay for the Christmas Party again. That Santa knows how to party.”



Look at him dancing to the howls of Lufa the crooning Bloodhound.

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Visit again soon to see how the K9 Town puppies’ fun-filled plans work out.
 

A Christmas wish from Omar Blue

"I wish all of my friends could come to my Christmas Party."
 
"No Omar!!  You were supposed to wish everyone a "Merry Christmas."
 


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