Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Puppy Alcatraz

When I arrived home tonight and walked into the downstairs area off of our garage, where the puppies have resided since birth, I was greeted by two convict puppies. Nitschke and Big Boy were locked up in the crate while their brothers and sisters yipped, growled, barked and played with toys inches from the bars that held them captive. I asked them, what are you guys in for? But got no response other than the typical puppy dog eyes and wagging tails. Right then, I knew they were guilty of "something"! Well, come to find out, they had been locked up because they had scaled the walls of the joint, they wanted out and they broke free dammit! Although it sounds quite funny, and it really is quite funny, JD was not amused, actually she was quite frazzled when I arrived home, due to a hectic day of playing puppy round-up after the two escapee's and cleaning up after the other three little monsters. So, instead of working in the garden tonight, we spent the good part of the evening building "Puppy Alcatraz"! Hopefully, they will not be able to scale the walls of their new enclosure, "hopefully"! Oh, and by the way, for the record, even after a hectic day of working on the farm and attending to five extremely energetic puppies, a demanding dam and her sister, JD still found time to make us a wonderful jambalaya dish...mmmmmm! What a way to end the day!

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