Some days (ok, most days) I don't have much going on. But today I have a whole bunch of stuff to share.
First - I got an email from Hope the pug! You remember her, the pug with the hurt eye who got left tied to a vet's office? No offense to Jenny, but hearing from Hope was like the highlight of my year. She's been adopted by a family who must already love her a ton because they got her a new blog and everything. If you have a minute, head over and say hi: http://hopethepug.blogspot.com/.
I also totally forgot to tell you about meeting Antigone the Basset Hound. We met her and her human over at the Golden Gate Bridge when they pedaled into town from Chicago. The fog was so thick, we didn't get to do a picture of them riding across the bridge, but we did hang out and snack for awhile.
I can't tell you how nice Antigone the Basset is. Even though I hogged the snacks, she let me sit in The Contraption and everything. I mean, if I had a contraption, I wouldn't let some dog I barely knew anywhere near, let alone in, it. Especially if the dog was a snack hog.
The last thing is news about Flat Puglet. A few flatties have already landed at their first destination and are busy scaring the bejesus out of innocent host pugs (sorry Spencer B - the flat me freaked brother Dutch out too). A second batch will go out today and then my human will have more time to work on the FPP website.
I don't normally get excited about stuff like websites, but flatpuglet.com is SUPER cool. The posts about his travels look like postcards and all of FP's visits will be shown on a map. You'll even be able to track the travels of each FP to see where they end up (technical term: a journey map).
My human says flatpuglet.com is only about halfway done and will have a LOT more info about rescues (and fewer typos) by the time we start hearing back from FP hosts. It will look a lot better when there are actual visits posted -- but I can't wait until then to share... so check it out now and let me know what you think :)