Saturday, April 21, 2012

Triangle According to Pup

Sue was not happy about me chewing up her i-phone cord, but there it was in all its tasty goodness.  Those little tidbits are so yummy to chew.  Little hard metal parts bend easily and crunch up almost like a nut (which I also really like).

The nut is there and quickly gone. With that i-phone cord, I got fifteen or twenty minutes of joy before I was discovered.  My mouth especially likes the variation in the parts: the cord has a lovely chewy springy texture in my mouth.  Then you get into the core and it has a metallic goodness I find interesting.

My human is pretty well trained.  It wasn't a complete stupid human freak-out.  She made a sounds like, "Aaarg.  What the ???" and then she did the jaw-pry and told me, "Can you imagine that in your digestive tract, you idiot?" Sometimes I am not treated with enough respect.  It is as if she thinks I don't know what I am doing.

Won't make me fat like this furry-kitty beastie! I think of it as a lo-cal option.... and, well, all I can add is that it is roughage.  That's healthy, right?  It comes under the category of "stuff found on the floor."  Got to say Sue discovered my treat when I went back to do dessert,  the i-phone.  Guess I'll have to save that for later.


  1. Within reach? It's yours. I chewed through about four landline cables until I got HER trained.

    XXXOOO Daisy (Bella &Roxy)

  2. Daisy,
    Humans are cute, but so slow.
    Licks, Henry

  3. Ha ha! I LOVE the food triangle... especially the kitty litter by product! This is why -


  4. we don't blame you. Aren't pups allowed to have Apple stuff. Was the Apple cord tasty? Doesn't Apple stuff keep the doctor away
    Benny & Lily

  5. At one time in our lives we started wearing ear plugs to bed. Karrie because she said I snored, ya right, and me because she was always waking me up to tell me I was snoring. Since getting Daisy Mae they have begun disappearing from our night stands only to reappearing as colorful decorations in her yard droppings.

    1. Yes. Henry's poo is always interesting too -- little flashes of all kinds of stuff. I'm curious, but not curious enough to investigate further. He proves to be an equal opportunity destroyer. Daisy and Henry should get along just fine.