It was still all white outside. Mummy and daddy took me and Silky to the park yesterday and it was our first family outing. Silky was nice and cosy in her red bag while I had to walk on the cold snowy pavement with mummy and daddy. Silky was sometimes moaning in the bag but when we got home she went back to the bag and tried to sleep in there. I wish I was smaller and could fit in the bag too.
Today mummy let Silky and me play in the garden for a little while. To tell you the truth I told Silky off very badly last night and I was a bit worried if Silky didn’t want to play with me anymore. Actually, I tried to play with her after breakie but she didn’t want to. It was not my fault but daddy’s. Daddy let Silky lick his face in front of me. It was as if they were ignoring my existence and so I just did it. Mummy told daddy how to treat “Top dog” which is ME and daddy was sorry for me and Silky both.
Anyway, to my relief in the garden we played a lot. Silky was not so keen but I guess when we do this “play fight” inside it is warm and the floor is flat, so maybe it is much easier for her to move. And besides there are much more interesting things outside aren’t there?
After this playing time in the garden mummy was going to take Silky back in the house but she decided to take Silky for a little walk too. We walked around the area for my toilet and went home.
On the way home I met Mrs Katy the Yorkie. She greeted me and then noticed Silky in the red bag. What do you think she said? She said that Silky looked like a little Meerkat. Mummy and I looked at Silky. You know what? She did look like a Meerkat because she tried to poke her head out but there was a net on top of the bag to prevent Silky to pop out.
Mummy and I understood why daddy fell in love with Silky on the day we went to see her. Daddy loves meerkat and he wishes he could have them as his pet.
When we got home mummy let Silky out of the bag but again she wanted to go back in. It must be very cosy in there.