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In an semi-quasi-exclusive scoop, we bring you these re-blogged scandalous images of what really goes on behind the closed doors of “The Palace”…
Sources close to Ambassador Schonheit, say that he is “speechless” at such a blantant display of “behaviour unbecoming a canine”; says an un-named source, from within the embassy, who spoke on condition of anonymity in keeping with embassy policy.
We don’t normally feed our four leggies, fresh meat, but they had some on special at the grocery store so we decided to give them a ‘treat’… in this case veal, or young beef.
We gave some to the Ambassador… he took one sniff an walked away… maybe he knew it was ‘reduced to clear’… but it was still within the ‘use by’ date… and quite fresh, but then German Shepherds are known to be particular about what they eat so….
Let’s add a clove of garlic, and a pinch of salt… a quick stir over heat…
Yup… that did the trick… once cooked that was deemed acceptable. I mean I know the label said ‘cat food’ but that has certainly never stopped cat feed bowl raids in the past….!
(For the record, Millie, kinda licked at the fresh meat and Ollie (aka – ‘Guts Face’) thought the raw meat was rather nice, …but then he would!)
We are pleased to advise that the left over chicken gravy from this evenings roast dinner has been poured over your biscuits.
In other news, one of the younglings will be at home all day tomorrow on something called ‘study leave’.
This effects you in that we will ensure that he schedules in a break from this ‘study’ and that at some point during the day he obtains a suitable infusion of fresh air, by way of taking you for a walk around the block.
So as you will well appreciate, human exams, and and more importantly this thing called ‘study leave’ is actually very good news for dogs.
Starting today and all next week the eldest human youngling has something going on called ‘mock exams’…
This does seem to be causing quite a bit of a ‘to do’ amongst the two legged inhabitants of Schonheit Castle, but what relevance this has to the four legged inhabitants remains to be seen.
The Ambassador does however understand that taking regular breaks from study, involving fresh air and walks around the block may be involved, in the overall strategic plan.
As for the feline inhabitants of Schonheit Castle, well quite frankly they think it is “Much Ado About Nothing”…
…unless of course the biscuit bowl is empty.
I have some good news, and I have some bad news.
Let’s get the bad news out of the way first; yes it was indeed bacon that you smelled cooking, which had been infused with maple syrup during cooking, and then made into grilled cheese and bacon sandwiches… but alas no; you will not be getting any of the actual bacon.
The good news however, is that because it was streaky bacon there was quite a lot of bacon fat left in the pan… and we are happy to report that this has now been poured all over your biscuits.