Petco. What I did not know is that this does not mean that Petco's are having adoption events at their stores. So, I drove all the way up to Southaven thinking there would be dogs available, but there were none. Needless to say, I am still a single dog household. According to the store events tab, they are supposed to have an adoption fair next Saturday. Still, I think I'll call before I drive up there.
I did buy this for the neighbor's dog.
Today was his birthday. He is one year old. But really I got it hoping it would keep him entertained when he comes to visit. It's got these holes in the ends
that you can put dog food or treats in.
According to the label, this provides endless hours of boredom prevention. It didn't work with that dog. He still wanted me to throw it for him. For an hour. Then I put him outside, and he came back later and wanted me to throw it some more. I am so ready for cooler weather so I can take these dogs on proper walks!
I also bought another one of these hides.
This one will be for Scarlett. I don't have a photo of her in it yet, though she has gone into it. I want to give her a day or two to get used to it.
After all that, I consoled myself with a chocolate milkshake from McDonald's and came on back home, where I knit on the sock.
And watched The Book Of Eli. It was a pretty good movie, but not exactly what I expected. The story line was good, but I really don't like those futuristic movies where everything is all gray and sepia. It just doesn't look real. I know it's supposed to depict a bleak world destroyed by a war, but there is still going to be some color left. Anyway, Eli is a man charged with taking the last copy of the Bible on earth to a safe place, out West. He has to battle an evil man who views the book as a powerful tool he can use to control people. That's all I'm going to say about it, because it's a fairly recent release, and some people may not have seen it yet. Just a couple of cautions, it is violent and full of obscene language. If you can get past these, it's a movie you ought to enjoy.