Tuesday, March 13, 2012

MAX - CHAPTER TWELVE




THE GREAT GARAGE CAPER:
One Saturday night dad let us all out at about 11:00PM to do our business. I don't really have any business so I just pee and poop and refill at the water bowl. When we go back inside, Abby and the Goldens all go upstairs to the MBR (?) and Shiloh and me go into the kennel. Dad puts us into our crates and gives us each a milkbone (supersize that will ya dad.) Dad then locks both the top and bottom latches on our crate. (He only locks the top latches on everyone else's crates when they're in the kennel.) Well, this particular night dad must've been very tired or in a hurry because he missed latching both of my crate locks. Oh he pushed the latch catches over alright, but they didn't go into the lock loops, they both went under the loops. It wasn't too long after he went upstairs that I noticed my crate door would open up when I pushed on it. We have a night light so it was easy to see my way around as I ventured out of my crate unsupervised. I kept very quiet so as not to disturb anyone upstairs in the MBR (?). I felt like a great explorer. I was like Christopher Columbus discovering the new world. So much to do; so little time to do it. Hey, here's a whole COSTCO package of shop towels. Let me just chew through the package. Wow, each of the twelve rolls is individually wrapped. These are really chewy. 
I wonder what's in the trash can? What's this thing? Ooops, didn't mean to knock over the stool. Eureka, an old chewie bag. UUUUMMM, that tastes good. Hey, what's this thing? Can I get that thing up there on the shelf? Gee, it's starting to get light outside. I can hear all the birds chirping. Is that the Foo Foos barking over in their yard? What's that noise? Yikes, the house door is opening; somethings coming. Oh, hi dad, it's only you. Are you OK? Why are you yelling, is something wrong?

EPILOGUE
Max: Hey Shi, why don't us dogs make good dancers?

Shiloh: I don't know Max, why don't us dogs make good dancers?

Max: Because we have two left feet!
Haa haa haa haa. Haa haa haa!

Dad: SHUT UP AND GO TO SLEEP IN THERE

THE END
MAX (TBH+K)

5 comments:

Gus said...

Ha Ha Ha..We know you actually opened that lock thingy all by yourself, and you are just waiting for the first time it is a FULL bag of Chewies that Dad leaves within reach. AND<may we suggest enlisting a c.a.t. to knock the stuff off the tables. Much easier for them than for us doggies.

gussie n teka

Fred said...

BOL!!! I have totally done that before, and now I don't have to sleep in a crate! Maybe they will give you a reward, too! ;P

Sheila and Bob said...

BOL BOL, we know of what you speak, but if your going to get out you might as well explore. Glad their was no permanent damage.



Hamish & Sophie

Mileys Daily Scoop said...

BOL!!! Our dad once left my crate latch undone....he will never make that mistake again! BOL!!

Great exploring, job well done!!

Faith Shen said...

Yay! what happen your garage looks so messy, but we're glad that you guys are safe :D


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