When I mentioned this to my human yesterday (in the form of a look so cute she grabbed her camera and took today's picture), she reminded me about Flat Puglet's mission to help homeless dogs. She told me about all the places he'll go and people he'll meet. She said he'd teach the world to love recycled dogs like me and Dutch.
Then she gave me a cookie and I felt much better.
I know he's only visited a few places, but FP has already taught me a lot about the world too. For one, I had no idea it was so full of snow. I knew it existed - but I didn't know it was everywhere. I also didn't know there's a giant shiny bean in downtown Chicago, that asparagus is cheap in Illinois, or that my human grew up in the snow not far from where Frodo lives.
And I totally didn't know there were so many places to go that aren't in California.
But the biggest thing I've learned from Flat Puglet is how cool and funny and creative and extrasuper nice everyone here is! I haven't seen all of FP's adventures, but I do know my human has been laughing a whole lot more than usual. Like, a TON more. And a happy human is a happy pug.
So, I've decided to embrace my Flat self and do what I can to help him succeed. Everyone else seems to like him, I guess I can too.
* * *FLATTIE NEWS!
Today the flat me heads back to snowy Illinois, visits the biggest fire hydrant I've ever seen and has way too much fun with some of Stubby's friends.
(sorry Stubby, but your Josie just might be Flat Puglet's Jenny).
Read about Flat Puglet's adventures over at flatpuglet.com.