Hello friendlies! Lulu here with another lawn life video! This time it’s a clip about how I like to spend a foggy morning out in the backyard communing with nature. Or, you know, trying to catch nature and eat it, which amounts to the same thing.
It may look like I’m doing nothing, but believe me, I’m hard at work listening for gophers moving around underground. It’s not easy when the birds are making such a racket, but if you have the right kind of focus—and doggy hearing—you can do it.
So remember, friendlies! Nature gets up early, so if you want to catch it and eat it, so do you. Until next time, this is Lulu, rolling over and out!
Hello friendlies! Lulu here, with another life tip! This time it’s a simple one: If it seems like something interesting is going on, you should always go investigate, even if it doesn’t appear to concern you. For instance, maybe one of your kitty siblings is staring at something. What could it be? A speck of dust? A stray reflection? A cobweb? The only way to find out is go take a look!
Lulu: “Are you sure we’re allowed to park right here in front of the door?” Chaplin: “Sure, see the banner? It’s reserved parking for dogs, cats, hamsters, birds, and fish. We’re cats, you’re a dog, and Blue is a bird. Sort of.” Blue: “I’m what birds could have been if it weren’t for that giant UFO that crashed into the Yucatan.”
Charlee: “Lulu, ask it what it’s still doing here.” Lulu: “You’re still here? We thought you went with Spicoli to make deliveries.” Blue: “No, I just helped push his van to the top of the hill then came back down, since you have a pretty cushy setup here. Plus I heard that those cats like birds.”