Howl-O-Ween, Turkey Day
The weather was really nice so my people decided to do Howl-O-Ween. We carved pumpkins and decorated the house. They set it up so I could be on my bed behind the Jeep and the kids couldn't come up to where I was. I had fun seeing all the kids and I even slept quite a bit. The kids thought my "towel monster" costume was cute. Howl-O-Ween was also the 1st leaf drop off day. I like going to drop off leaves so I had a really fun day!
Every night before bed, I get a dropper full of something called "Rescue Remedy." I like it because it's the one for pets and kids so it is sweet. I ran out and my woman found out that all the places were out of it. She went to several stores and no one had it. She found a substitute that I like even better... Vanilla Flavoring. It is like vanilla extract but made with the same stuff my Rescue Remedy is made with instead of alcohol so it tastes like sweet vanilla. She ordered Rescue Remedy from the place that makes it so I had vanilla at bedtime for a week and, ever since, I've been getting a mix of half vanilla and half Rescue Remedy.
My man had the whole Turkey Day week off. I got to go help pick up the turkey and spent all day outside the whole week. On Turkey Day, I got to sample the turkey before anyone else, got to eat the raw turkey liver, ate a bunch of turkey before dinner (my people said feeding me turkey was really scary), and I kept going into the kitchen to try to get more turkey!
The day after Turkey Day I went to a local pet store and got freeze dried minnows, freeze dried chicken, and canned foods to mix my meds into! I even found a treasure... a rawhide type treat that has no hide! I kept going up to the basket that they were in and sniffed around in the basket until I found the one I wanted and grabbed it. I slept with my treasure in the garage all day then panicked when it started to get dark because anyone could come into the garage and steal it. So my man took me upstairs and helped me bury my treasure safely in the house. I have lots of treasures buried all over the house. Some of them have been buried for 5 years or more!