Friday, January 23, 2009

Some quick news

First of all, congratulations to T-Bone and his family! He has a new little brother to take care of in addition to his 2 cats, his girl and his human parents. What a pack! Let's all send happy HARROOOOOOs his way.

Now, some not so great news: After a few days of glorious meat, I am back with the diaries again. This time I couldn't hold it til we were outside because Momma has been doing this working thing again, and so I made it on the new flokati rug so it would be easier for them to remove it. Momma thinks this is because I am sneaking little bits of bad snow on my walkies and the dog run. So she has decided to punish me by instituting the Meat Embargo again. Humans are so dumb, if they would feed me more than I wouldn't have to eat bad snow. As a result, I am restarting OPERATION MEAT AIRLIFT. Again, if any of you can SEND ME SOME MEAT I would much appreciate it. If you disguise it in a Tiffany box it is more likely to escape Momma's meat detection sensors.

Also, to give you an idea of just how dirty NYC snow is... Here is a "before" picture...

And this is AFTER a walk on what seemed like pretty clean city sidewalks. Somedog needs mudflaps!

Pay no mind to the unfortunately located stain near by butt. That was made by Momma when she overwatered a plant that used to sit on a table there. Unlike most of the other stains in the apartment, that one was NOT made by me.


Stanislaw said...

I get all yuck like that too when I walk. It shows up on Pupi's legs way more though! I guess they brought some of New York's dirt to Chicago?

Could you be allergic to something in your food? They can sneak up on you all of a sudden - especially if you're a young boy and maturing. Often times they will develop within the first 2 years - usually between 1 and 2 years, but can appear any time if you're fed the same proteins very frequently.

Or... it could be all that yellow snow you've been feasting on. I suggest you aim for the white stuff!

jan said...

Ooooh, it looks like you've been walking in an oil field.

River said...

Man, you need a haz-mat suit just for walkies! I hope your problem passes, uh, real fast!

love & wags,

with love, Madison said...

Madison could be just that dirty and no would know until she got up from the tile floor and left an outline of grit where she had been laying. We forgot how nasty winter dirt can be.

Mango said...

Gee, Biggie, you sure get dirty. That doesn't seem right. I'd help you out with your meat lift, but all we have here are kibbles and raw foods for Momma.

I hope you feel better soon. I hate to say this, but when you have the diaries, you can make your mom get stressed, so lay off the dirty snow for now, OK?


Anonymous said...

Could Biggie be after the salt?

I'd love to think he has the good sense not to sample icky things. I can see him giving into craving for something he is lacking though.

Something to consider perhaps.

Currently Dogless

Abby said...

BIGGIE Z - Roo are hilarious! My Mama is laughing really loud right now!!!


Georgeous said...

Oh Biggie, an occupational hazard of being a big fluffy white? I personally think it's no big deal, all this wet & dirty attire but pawrents get so hung up on us leaving trails from our coats around the house.

Mango said...

Hey Biggie Momma! Good to know there is another Inedible Apple person out there. I did consider editing the HTML, but wasn't really up to it (yet). I suppose its time to evolve, though, since that will ultimately make things easier.

Hope the diaries are getting better (poor Biggie).

Mango Momma

Amber-Mae said...

Oh yikes! You're no longer a while dog! You're a black one!

Butt wiggles,
Solid Gold Dancer

PeterPan and Victor said...

We are loving the snow, too! Although we don't walk on dirty streets any more; instead, we play in our backyard and enjoy our very own little dirt patch! But here's the grossness in our world at the moment (and this may be worse than black street goo), our poops have FROZEN INTO THE ICE IN THE BACKYARD! We've begged our people to get out there and clean it up because it's GROSS to play frisbee or run around when there are poops everywhere, but she just kept whining that she couldn't pry them off the ground. Things are getting desperate: we either need more snow to cover it all up, or we need a day of thaw so our yard will be clean again!!

Lindsay said...

Our snow is nasty too. It hasn't snowed in a long time so we're stuck with a dirty, gray mess, especially along the streets. At least my dog is black so the dirt doesn't show up.