Dutch wanted to come, so I didn't get to ride on the subway train this time. But I did get to pose on the trolley thing and I also learned that 'downtown' by car is like 4 minutes from our house (2.4 miles, according to Google). I have a feeling this information will come in handy some day.
Anyway. Back to Urban Outfitters. If you've never been, it's a pretty funky store. It was my first time there but Dutch swears he's been many times. I don't know how this can be true, but somehow he knew exactly where the tshirts lived. Weird.
I can spot another pug from a mile away so it took about 2 seconds for me to find a stack of Pugs Not Drugs shirts. Except they were waaay the heck up on a shelf, totally out of reach. My reach anyway. Even when I got up on Dutch, I was still too short.
Luckily my human is taller than me and was able to reach the shirts. And after one of the supernice Urban Outfitters dudes helped her hunt through a gazillion shirts for an extra-small (FYI, doesn't exist), we took a tour of the store.
For the record - except for the lack of food - human stores are so much cooler than dog stores. I've never napped in public, but they had this bed that was so comfy I almost fell asleep. Yeah. Right in the middle of the store. If it wasn't for the food situation, I could totally live at Urban Outfitters.
But my human said we had other places to visit so I said goodbye to Urban's bed. And somehow between the bed and the place you pay for stuff, my human had this genius idea to put me in one of the store windows.
I have no idea what she was thinking, but I was cool with it. This kind of stuff always means loads of cookies and all I really had to do was stand there in a window and strike a few poses.
You have NO idea how insanely funny it was when people walking by noticed me. Especially the people who thought I was a one of those mannequin things and furreaked out when I moved.
I swear half the world took my picture when I was in the window... and the other half took it a few minutes later when we got to our next stop. But you have to wait until tomorrow for that :)
* * *TODAY IS SPECIAL
Happy Whelp Day to Levi in Hurst, TX. I didn't score any turkey yesterday for Canadian Thanksgiving, so I'll try to get some for Levi's day instead. Let's all eat for Levi!