Hello, beautiful friends of mine!
It’s a hot Monday here in Florida. Mom says it’s fall but I don’t believe her because it’s really hot and our flowers are blooming like crazy.
Clearly, Florida missed the memo that the season changed.
In other news, it appears we are now home to an extra-….extrim-…excuse me one second, please…..
*whispers* Mom, what did you say the house looks like?
Oh, yes. It’s an “extremity graveyard” Have a look:
Stuffy body parts EVERYWHERE….as far as the eye can see. Honestly…those pics were all from one small part of the house but they are EVERYWHERE!
Macy and Molly play tug-of-war with everything and every 15 minutes or so you hear riiiiiiip. Another limb gone for good. Some times Macy eats them. She is just the weirdest.
Anywho, I can’t remember if I mentioned how much Molly likes to hunt/stalk things. Mom and Dad believe she was used as a hunting dog by her last owner.
On the other side of our fence, a sweet, innocent gopher tortoise has a burrow. Molly doesn’t understand that Mr. Tortoise is a friend. She’s always staring at his burrow and will sometimes try to dig out OR bite the fence. Dad thinks she may have broken her teeth doing this in the past.
Mom gets very aggravated because once Molly is hunting, the only way to get her to stop is by getting a leash on her. At night, Molly has to go out on a leash or it’s a guarantee that she’ll be off hunting something. And let me tell you….she can CLIMB! She climbed up on a bag of soil just to jump on a stack of 7 bags of mulch to track something the other day. Mom called her a goat.
No worries, though. Mom can’t stay mad for long. Especially when Molly looks at her like this:
Oh! Oh! Oh!
I almost forgot to tell you! Although Mom hasn’t gone down to animal services to formally adopt Molly just yet, Molly finally got her own collar and ID tag this weekend! Look at how happy she was when Mom put it on her:
It’s like she knew what it meant 🙂
And since you all love Macy so much, I figured I’d post this picture of her sunbathing yesterday:
Also, I had a momentary lapse of sensibility and I laid next to her yesterday morning:
Mom honestly freaked out. She thought I was dying. Looking back, I’m kind of concerned that I may have the early stages of dementia. I mean, why else would I have laid next to her???
Anywho, it’s getting close to dinner time. I hope everyone has a wonderful week!