Monday, September 30, 2013
October is Adopt-a-Shelter-Slobberdog Month. Of course, we have a book display all about slobberdogs.
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Contrary to popular misconceptions (promoted in many critter cartoon movies), canines and felines are fast friends. Some of my greatest pals are, and have been, slobberdogs. Slobberdogs are best friends to many millions of humans, and you should include yourselves among them. Why let everybody else enjoy the company of slobberdogs? That's happiness you could certainly use in your lives.
Adopting a shelter slobberdog earns you even greater love and devotion. Shelter critters make wonderful companions. Humans also earn good karma by improving the lives of many slobberdogs and kitties who deserve forever homes (like yours).
I've heard all the excuses about why pets are impractical for some people. Talk to the paw, because the cat's not listening! Love is about sharing your lives with special sentient beings. You can't get more apperceptive than felines and canines, although humans come close.
Visit your nearby animal shelter or humane society this month to discover your new slobberdog compatriot. You will be rewarded with a lifetime of joy and affection.
Your Roving Reporter On The Go,
Cauli Le Chat
P.S. "Gonna Buy Me a Dog," by the Monkees, appeared in their self-titled TV series (1966-1968), as well as on the group's self-titled debut album (1966). The song was composed by producers Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart. It appeared in season one, episode 12, "I've Got a Little Song Here," first broadcast on November 28, 1966. Naturally, we have borrowed a YouTube video clip from this episode showcasing the tune.