Lulu’s Playtime Tips, Part 5: Putting It All Together

Hello friendlies! Lulu here with the fifth and final installment of playtime tips featuring my assistant Penny! This is where we put it all together: Seizing the high ground, barking, bowing, sneak attacks, and, of course, the judicious application of taking breaks. So without further ado, let’s go over everything we’ve learned!

Thanks for attending my Playtime Tips series. Now, who is ready to put theory into practice? Anyone?

Lulu: “I hope you two cats have learned a little something about how to play like a dog, so that maybe some time we can all—”
Chaplin: “Never gonna happen.”
Charlee: “We do like the part about taking breaks, though.”

Well, you know what you say. You can lead a cat to playtime, but you can’t make them bow. This is Lulu, rolling over and out!

14 thoughts on “Lulu’s Playtime Tips, Part 5: Putting It All Together

  1. Breaks is good, definitely. We’ve learned a thing or two here, Lulu. Thank you for your infinite wisdom, you iz super smart. I can see how you’d get your mama and dada wrapped around your sweet little paw in no time.

    My Virgil is good at taking breaks, not so good at anything else though.

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  2. You and Penny sure had a fun time playing together, Lulu. We hope you get some more play sessions with her since those cats aren’t interested. Maybe you could just get your pawrents to get you your own dog to play with all the time?

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  3. That little Penny is quite the ball of energy. We play like that too, but not jumping on the furniture. We dodge in and out of all the tables and chairs, and THEN, Mom says, “Take it outside!”

    Happy Sunday.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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