Hi everyone. Puglet hurt his eye running through the grass during our cow hike this weekend. Don't worry, it's nothing serious (the vet said it's just irritated and gave him some drops). He's just not feeling his, quote, "cutest" and asked me to fill in today.
So, uhm. Well. I'm not the greatest public speaker so maybe I should just talk about Puglet? Because of his squinty eye, Puglet didn't make his great agility debut this weekend. He was extremely disappointed by this - especially when he found out some blogger-pugs were at the event.
Honestly? I think it's for the best. I know he's told you all about practicing to be agile, but I've seen these 'practices' and they are nothing like the real thing. Puglet mostly just goofs around on the obstacles and poses for pictures. Maybe now he'll get serious and do some real training in time for his next event... but I doubt it.
Puglet was also really looking forward to today's comeback of Flat Puglet. Our kitchen has been full of Flatties for the past few weeks, and even though I know they're here to do good in the world, they really creep me out. My human has promised they will be all be gone today... until the next invasion.
I'll let Puglet reintroduce the adventures of his flat self when he comes back tomorrow.
Lastly, the great bed-hog debate is over. I now have my own special plug-in blanket and am happy to stay on my warm & toasty side of the bed. I accepted Puglet's semi-sincere apology and extended an equally semi-sincere invitation to share my blanket, should he ever get cold. He never gets cold, so I doubt this will ever happen.
PS. For the record, I'm not the only one who thinks pugs are shaped like loaves of bread.