Thursday, February 21, 2008

OK, this isn't fun any more

So for a while the limping was fun. I didn't hurt too badly, and I got liverwurst all the time. But things are really starting to get on my nerves now.
They have the stairs blocked, so I can't go up or down. My human dad has to carry me, which is humiliating.
But NOW, since I'm still limping, they've blocked me from getting on the sofa OR in the window. My favorite thing to do is sit in the window and howl at everyone. What am I supposed to do? I'm stuck here on the floor with the blind dog.
Look, that's me glaring from behind the gate.

Apparently they don't appreciate the full vehemence of my wrath, because look at what they're allowing.

Yep, that's that big suckup load, Isis, sprawled in MY WINDOW.
Clearly this must be punished, and severely.
Any suggestions about how I should seek vengeance against the humans?

18 comments:

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

Well, pee is pretty good. Poop is stinky, but if it's solid, it doesn't do much lasting damage. But pee, especially if you can do it when they can't clean it up right away and it will get good and soaked in, works wonders.

You can also try chewing stuff up.

Kat

The Army of Four said...

Oooh... hmmm. Is there anything in there you can destroy? That's always good for a laugh.
Tail wags,
Storm

Thor said...

First to comment, aroooooooo!

First of all: wooing plaintively should make them feel very guilty. It works wonders on Mama.

Second: you can't limp when they're watching you if you want to get your window back. The longer you limp, the more Isis will think the window is hers permanently. This is not good for you.

Third: clawing your humans is something that we learned about from Her Majesty, Meeshka the First. This also works wonders. If nothing else, you get the satisfaction of sharing your pain in a way that your humans can't help but understand!

Hope this helps,
Thor

Thor said...

Darn, there were no comments when I started pawing; what happened??

Woos,
Thor

Bama said...

Well, you could borrow an idea from Sitka's kitty sister Tia and drag all kinds of underwear & other embarrassing stuff all over the house when they have visitors.
Kisses,
Bama & the RHP

Mud Monster & DWB said...

Everyone has some good suggestions.. But perhaps if you "play" a little rough with Ray they would allow you access to the living room so you could at least stake claims on YOUR window box!! Good luck!!

Quincy

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

Read Meeskha's blog for ideas - I'm sure you'll be inspired!

But in the meantime:

Khlaw her -
Make noises fur no reason & at no particular time -
Repeat as necessary!

Wags&Khysses,
Khyra

Kapp pack said...

Hmmm....I'm thinking a nice present in their bed?????

Woo wooo, Kelsey ANn

Girl Girl Hamster said...

Oh you sure look mad in the first photo. I would be too if I have to give up that comfy spot

~ Girl girl

The Daily Echo said...

I vote for patience. Wait till they spring you and plot your revenge for when they least expect it.....new slippers, the pizza on the counter, dig up Mom's spring flowers.....you know, something along those lines.
ECHO

Fox said...
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Amici said...

You could bounce the kong over the gate and aim for your siblings head. :P Not very nice, but it would get your sibling off of your spot near the window. But, you'll probably get in trouble for it so maybe it should just be a thought and not an action. :)

Duran said...
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Tucker said...

Are you feeling better by now, I hope?

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Holly said...

1. Chew up something important.

2. Pee on something important.

3. Do the Horka in their shoes.

4. Poo on the floor.

5. Refuse to eat and totally freak them out!

Just trying to be helpful.

Holly

Sapphireblue said...

Do whatever you must to your people. A husky's gotta do what a husky's gotta do. But don't take it out on your loyal readers by withholding updates. We're worried about you out here.