Mom and Kelly decided to treat themselves a couple of days ago and bring spring indoors. They bought several different bouquets at the market, combined them and then split them in half. Mom tried to get me to pose next to her bouquet.
Really, mom? I am waiting for dinner and you want me to pose for a picture? OK, fine, but then can we eat?
Since I wasn’t happy about posing by the flowers instead of being fed, I think I’ll show you my fangs!
Spring officially arrived on March 20th, the spring equinox in the Northern hemisphere. That is one of the two days of the year when daylight and dark are approximately equal. It is said to be a time of rebirth and regrowth and we are definitely starting to see the signs.
Here’s how I can tell spring is here:
Mom is brushing us more because we started hacking up hairballs. Hair is coming out by the hand-fulls.
My woofie furiend, Dieter, got a haircut. His mom thought it would be cute to give him a Mohawk!
It’s getting warmer and the days are longer so the doors and windows have been open more.