In the life of a kennel cat, there is nothing more exciting than changes. And boy have there been a lot of those lately!
Rhonda and Mel have been hard at work adding new fencing around what will eventually be a second play area for the large dogs. Since I only have access to these yards during the dogs' afternoon naptime, I really don't care too much about that.
On the other hand, I am very interested in what happens to the small yard.
They usually refer to this as "The Small Dog Yard," and I suppose this is accurate to an extent, it is where the little dogs run around and play. But it should also be called Bo and Luke's yard, since this is where my brother and I spend most of our time during the day as well.
We actually really like all the little dogs that come visit. And surprisingly, most of them really like us as well. Or ignore us at least, which is pretty much the same thing with dogs, right?
So this small yard is a pretty big deal to us. We spend almost all of our time out there. When we aren't exploring inside that is, or trying to sleep in the clean laundry (why this is such an issue, I'll never know. I'm clean too, I swear).
Lately, the small dog yard has been seeing a lot of changes. First a lot of big bags of black dirt were brought in. Then Rhonda and Mari wrangled in some heavy thing called a rototiller.
Now the yard is soft and lots of fun to play in. But I heard that soon we'll be getting new grass.
Grass. Now, I don't know about you, but there really isn't anything I like better than lounging around in green grass, except maybe chasing lizards in the green grass.
I know it's coming soon, and when it gets here, I'll be sure to let you know. Even better, I'll post a picture of it. Brie is always taking pictures of me, I'm sure she'll take one of me in Bo's new yard....that should be what we call it. Bo's yard.