Friday, March 27, 2015

Ask Aunt Foley

Dear Aunt Foley:  My name is Chloe.  Angel Aran has selected me to move into his home, help his parents heal, and be their loyal dog.  I understand as part of this I will have to share my adventures on social networking.  What is required of me to be a good social networking dog? Chloe

Dear Chloe:  Being a social networking dog is a very big responsibility.  Basically we need to know every single thing you do every minute of the day.  Every pee, poop, bath, and walk we need to know about.  There is no detail too small.

And if you sneeze, throw up, or have a bad poop we need to know right away.  Then we all gather together to pray that  you get better.  We shake our paws at the vet who sticks things up your butt and prods you.  We try to guide you to do better the first day you nearly run off.  We defend you when you rip apart on of your parent’s prized possessions because we know you would do the same for us

And pictures.  We need pictures.  Pictures of every moment of your life.  We love to see our friends.  So get ready for lots of pictures..

    Most of all we are here to support you.  Luckily you have stumbled upon the greatest dog support group in the world.  You will become one of us and you will have brothers and sisters spread out across the world.  Anytime you need a friend she give out a bark and someone will be sure to find you.

    And most of all you are getting an army of angels to watch over you and keep you out of trouble.  So welcome Chloe.  You are going to have the time of your life.  (And just remember no matter what you do someone is watching.)


  1. And its a good thing to belong to a group like ours!

  2. Blogville is a wonderful place. Welcome, Chloe, just sit back and enjoy it!

  3. Welcome to Blogville Chloe and it the bestest of places. Have a super Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly


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