Hi folks, Indy here!
Here’s a photo of Schultz-y—my new friend and fur baby.
He is kind of huge to be called a baby, and for someone who went on a wild food rampage, his innocent chocolate-brown eyes sure don’t give him away.
His mommy, Sherry Ellis, sent me this cool story.
Written by Sherry Ellis
Schultz, our enormous German Shepherd, has been on a rampage lately. I don’t know what his malfunction is, but he’s having some serious issues with staying out of trouble.
A couple of days ago, he went to the pet store and knocked over a whole shelf of goldfish food with his big, bushy tail.
Yesterday, I caught him digging up one of the plants in my garden. And did I mention how filthy he’s been getting? Maybe he thinks he can do whatever he wants now that Santa’s already been here with a delivery of treats for his stocking.
Anyway, today’s episode involved food—human food. I was attempting to make spaghetti. As I pulled the noodles out of the box, a bunch fell onto the floor. Guess who was there to clean up? Yep, Schultz. Apparently, he likes munching on uncooked spaghetti noodles.
“Schultz, yuck!” I said.
He cocked his head and kept crunching. He ate about a third of a box of those things.
Later, my son put his vanilla milkshake on the kitchen chair. I don’t know why he did this, but I didn’t catch it. Schultz did. When I walked into the room, there was Schultz, with his big schnoz in the cup, licking up the milkshake.
“Schultz!” I hollered. “What do you think you’re doing?”
He pulled his snout out of the cup and looked at me. His black face was covered with splotches of vanilla ice cream. He put his nose back in and licked some more.
“Oh, no you don’t,” I said. “Crate!”
I confiscated the milkshake and locked him up in jail. That’s where he’s going to stay for a very long time!
The End 🙂
And I thought I got into mischief. Hee hee! Way to go, Schultz-y. 🙂
Please support Schultz’s good behavior by popping over to my Fur Babies page. I’ve got more dirt on him, not to mention a very handsome photo on display.
To read more cool stuff about Schultz and his author mommy, visit Sherry Ellis’ blog.
Indy’s correct, Sherry’s blog posts will make you laugh!
Thanks so much, Sherry, for sending Indy that story. Don’t you just love pets—urr, I mean…fur babies?
Before I leave, I want to thank Catrina Barton, a.k.a. Kitty, for bestowing on me two additional blog awards—The Versatile Blogger Award and The Very Inspiring Blogger Award. Kitty blogs over at Kitty’s Inner Thoughts.
And a big thank you to Laura Bennett for awarding me The Very Inspiring Blogger Award. Laura blogs over at Laura’s Confessions—Life on the Edge: Following the God of Possibility.
Yay! I did you tell how much I love receiving blog awards! 🙂
Please show your support by visiting these two writers who deservedly received the blog awards first.
My younger sister’s birthday is tomorrow. Happy Birthday, Kathryn! I love you! 🙂
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