Since Belle arrived to stay with us my MOM every night gets out this little rake thing and rakes Belle. I don't see any leaves on her so I do not understand this. MOM never does that to me. And even though Belle might have girl cooties I don't mind. I like that she is a girl and if she wants to share her cooties with me I am OK with that.
See that strange thing? I have never seen anything like it. I gave it a good sniff.
You might think Belle does not like it, but that's just not true, she loves to be raked.
And when my MOM is done raking Belle and stops, Belle puts a paw on my MOM to keep going. Again I say, if this is so great why has my MOM never done this to me? MOM then explained that because I have short furs I do not need to be "raked". But Belle's beautiful long furs need to be.
Holy Dog would you look at that! That is Belles furs!! I'm not sure if I even have that much fur on my whole body. Still I wanted to have MOM rake me. I mean Belle enjoys it so much I wanted to give it a try. So MOM did. Want to see my pile of furs afterwards?
There it is right there. You don't see it? Look right at the end of my nose. That is my pile of furs after MOM raked me.
You know what my gal pal Belle told me? She said if I ever lost my furs she would gladly give me some of hers. How sweet is that?
After Belle said that I ran to MOM's office and got this great book. It's called "The Long and Short of It." My good friend Lydia from SEE BEAUTIFUL wrote this children's book. I told Belle this book helps teaches little peeps about giving and fear, courage and patience.
I love this book. I have read it several times to lots of little peeps, and sometimes they read it to me. I highly recommend this book if you have a little peep in your life. Belle was very excited for us to read it together.
You know whats cool, fun, beautiful, and enjoyable? Reading a good book together.
And to top it off after we read the book (twice) we stepped outside to this beautiful rainbow. This one was to the North of us.
And this one, through the trees, was to the East.