Simba, a 7-year-old French bulldog, is no doubt resting comfortably after a near-death experience while flying for the first time thanks to the Air Canada pilot who learned of a heating malfunction in the cargo hold. No heat = freezing temps = bye bye Simba.
Oh boy. Here’s the flight path showing the diversion to Germany from Tel Aviv on the way to Toronto. What a long trip, non?
Make me a Maple Leaf and I’ll be happy for the rest of my life. Wait, I’m already happy! But, I’m happier now!
Thank you Air Canada.
And now, here on the home front, this just in.
Mars Coat King Arrives
A 10 blade Mars Coat King arrived at the home of disheveled Scottie, Stuart, just as his handsome good looks were beginning to fade. The stripping tool, ordered by his servants, will be utilized over the coming weekend to remove the terrier’s undercoat as well as dead hard coat.
When asked about the arrival of the new implement and what it means for his future, Stuart replied, “I can’t wait. My servants have been slack when it comes to my sleek appearance and I was about to pack up and leave. Fortunately, I can now stay in my home and be with my friends and fans.”
Stay tuned for more on this developing story.
What You Learned Today:
- Thank goodness for folks who use their brains. Cheers to the Air Canada pilot who saved Simba’s life. And here’s to all who value four-legged, winged and scaled lives.
- Pawsitive News continues. Keep your stories coming but don’t forget: my email is still down, so leave me a note in the blog post comments. I’ll use my other email account to get in touch with you. If I can find my password. Sigh.
- The grooming saga continues. Tomorrow I’m going for a “meet and greet” with a potential beauty parlor that’ll let my peep sit and wait while I get beautified. Wish me luck.