My Visit to Chicot Elementary

We got up bright and early this morning and went to Chicot Elementary in Little Rock  to talk to some little people about animal care.  Their teacher said they had been learning how to take care of animals in class, but they needed an expert on the subject–me!  As usual, I was a big hit.  I did a show and tell with some of the things that I need–my water bowl, food, brush, a toy, and a collar with my name and phone number on it.  Then I did my rounds and mingled with the crowd, always on the lookout for Graham cracker crumbs and Cheerios which are usually quite plentiful when the short people are around.  Here’s some pics of me and my new friends!

That's my tail!

Aren't I handsome?

That's the spot!

I smell Graham crackers on your fingers!

Just checking in with Mom

It's time for me to go home now. Bye!!


My next “gig” is at Baseline Elementary School next month.  Talk to you later!



Enough with the snow already!

My tummy is cold!

You can see my dilemma. My legs are short and my tummy gets very cold in the snow. I’m a good boy though and always go outside to do my “business.” My little sister Blossom is so tiny, she would disappear in the snow! It’s my job to keep her warm.

Keeping my little sister warm

Mom says that she has been reading on the HSPC Facebook page that there are animals left in the cold. That’s just not right. If you see an animal that has no shelter, please call your local animal services. There is a law that dogs must have shelter from the weather. People work very hard to get these laws passed, so let’s use ’em!!!

Stay warm, and keep your critters warm too!

Your friend,


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