So, the sun is shining gloriously today after yesterday’s snow dump. The ice is still pretty treacherous though. But that didn’t keep me from my appointed rounds early this morning as neighborhood snoopervisor.
And I found a curious thing. Pee. Right at the end of my walkway. On the sleeping pansies under the blanket of crusty snow and ice pellets. Along with traces of a back-foot shuffle. The kind you do after you pee.
But it wasn’t my pee. It was somebody else’s.
Now, I ask you. Why would one of my canine compadre’s peeps let them do that on my pansies? It’s not as if it’s “public” grounds. You know, the kind where you cock a leg on the fringes of somebody else’s yard (grass – not bushes). That kind is OK to me, but the peeps don’t really like it so much when I do that.
No, my friends. This infraction of the pee rules was a little much for me. I didn’t like it. The peeps didn’t either.
Remember: I’ve got my eye on you. Whoever you are. Because yellow snow doesn’t lie.
What You Learned Today:
- You can spot pee in snow a mile away.
- Don’t pee in my flower borders along my sidewalk. Please.
- I don’t pee on yours, why should you pee on mine?
- Oh dear. Some peeps just aren’t as considerate as mine.
- OH… And don’t forget about my Barkday Pawty with Ranger:
- Get the pawty details here. You won’t want to miss it! Fortunately, I don’t think there will be any yellow snow there, so you can pee where you want! Just kidding….always pee responsibly.