Lulu’s Practical Dog’s Guide To Keeping Humans Entertained

Hello friendlies! Lulu here! You may remember that, a while back, I posted a how-to on converting cardboard boxes and similar items into jigsaw puzzles for your humans to assemble. Almost one year on, your humans may have gotten tired of the mental effort that puzzles require, and they may be looking for some other way to relax as we move into another summer. Fortunately, I have just the solution: Take some time out of your busy schedule to play with them!

Chaplin: “What is a dog’s schedule busy with, exactly?”
Lulu: “Oh, you know. Sleeping. Eating. Personal hygiene. Barking. Chasing squirrels. The usual.”
Charlee: “You’re more ambitious than we are.”
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I Hired Them from the Internet

Ed Nygma: “I’m sure your wall-mounted cat gymnastics set is a lot of fun, but a proper secret lair would be underground.”
Chaplin: “Oh, underground? Why didn’t you say so?”

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Lulu’s Life Tips (With Bonus Lyrics): There’s A Whole World Beneath Your Feet

Hello friendlies! Lulu here with a new life tip, plus some bonus lyrics! This week’s life tip has to do with something I’m sure everyone has seen: Yards. Lots of you have them. Lots of you have walked across them. But have you ever thought about what’s underneath them?

What’s all this then?
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Overheard Around the House

Chaplin: “What have you found out about the members of Garbage from watching their videos? Are they cats?”
Charlee: “Still not sure. They’re only happy when it rains, which is evidence against. But apparently they’re nocturnal thieves, which is evidence for.”
Chaplin: “So what’s your next move?”
Charlee: “I was thinking I would track them down in person and run some tests. Maybe I’ll try hissing at them or bouncing a toy on a string in front of them to see what they do.”

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