Lulu’s Living Room Life: Time To Eat The Cardboard

Hello friendlies! Lulu here, with a Living Room Life clip from before The Bean arrived! In this video you will see how I entertained myself prior to having another dog to wrestle with and chase around. My strategy mainly involved attracting Dada’s attention so that he would play with me and rub my belly.

Charlee: “In our experience, attracting Dada’s attention and getting him to play with you is not particularly challenging.”
Lulu: “I didn’t say it was difficult, just that I had to do it.”

Now in the video you’re about to view, I was about to have a nice snack of cardboard when Dada came along and interrupted me.

As usual, there were funny noises and silly behavior and lots of carrying on. I’m talking of course about the things Dada did. I myself was a model of restraint, as always.

Java Bean: “Is Dada all right? Because he sounds a little bit crazy.”
Lulu: “He’s fine, he just gets noisy when he plays.”

As you can see, it was possible to have fun times when it was just me, and I do still get play time in with Dada even though there’s now a crazy youngster around. But now I can get in proper dog play too, and that’s nothing to sneeze at! Well, unless you’ve been lying on your back for too long, in which case sneezing is inevitable … Until next time, friendlies, this is Lulu, rolling over and out!

13 thoughts on “Lulu’s Living Room Life: Time To Eat The Cardboard

  1. Mew mew mew yore Dada makess THE silliest noisess an it makess BellaSita Mum **giggellss** an mee mew’ss out loud two!
    Lulu you trained Dada well 😉
    Charlee an Chaplin….aren’t Hu’manss innterestin (weerd)???? 😉
    **nose bopss** BellaDharma an **giggellss** BellaSita Mum

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  2. WoW! We are most excited to hear there are 2 woofies at your house now! Double the pleasure Double the fun! (Mom says 2 dogs are easier to take care of than 1). Thanks for your kind words about Cinnamon. She is feeling much better. She also says it is horrible way to lose weight. Purrs Marv

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