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Dogshaming Meets Well Fed 2
As you know, instead of a dog that loves us unconditionally and wants nothing more than to snuggle up with us and please us at every turn, we have a cat.
A CEO cat. A cat who is selfish with her love. A cat that, more often than not, looks at me with disdain. Like this:
To fill the hole in my soul left by the self-centered feline that allows us to live in her house, I devour the dog-related posts on Buzzfeed and the tales of naughty pups on DogShaming.com like they’re made of collard greens and Sunbutter.
For the record, this is my favorite photo on DogShaming EVER:
So the story sent to me by Kylie, a blog reader, made me sad for her, but also kind of delighted for me, because I got my own DogShaming experience by proxy.
Here’s the story Kylie sent me; photographic evidence below.
I have been an avid follower of your blog for about 18 months now. While I have never been brave enough (YET!) to jump ship and go completely Paleo, I adore your recipes and honest writing and can never wait for your next blog entry.
I was so excited to find that you were writing Well Fed 2. However I am an Aussie, who has lived in the UK for 16 years, and recently moved to Dubai two months ago. So you can imagine Well Fed 2 was a little hard to get…
I pre-ordered it from Amazon UK, knowing that my husband still travels back and forth a bit and waited, and waited, and it finally arrived here in Dubai last weekend! Joy!
BUT! Not so fast! After reading from cover to cover, I left it sitting on my coffee table. A little while later, I heard my 10-month-old Black Lab Marley making a lot of noise and having loads of fun — eating my copy of Well Fed 2! Needless to say I was GUTTED!
Luckily he has only taken off the front cover and torn the index in two – so I can still use it… but my long-awaited book as a little worse for wear. Hey ho! It’ll make me chuckle every time I dig it out — and it was never going to stay pristine for long anyway!
Marley, a pup with very good taste:
Thanks, Kylie, for sharing your story with us. It’s impossible to stay angry at a face like Marley’s — and it’s hard to blame him… he probably thought the food looked pretty good, right?
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I spit out my drink when I saw the “I eat bunny poop” picture 🙂
It makes me laugh EVERY time.
I have to disagree with your assessment of the expression on your kitty’s face – her half-lowered eyelids look like she’s giving you that slow blink that is a kitty’s “I love you” signal!
She’s very beautiful, by the way! Her coat is gorgeous! (must be eating grain-free like our kitties) 🙂
Happy Thanksgiving to you! And Smudge says “thank you” for the lovely compliments.
I tend to agree with Amy’s assessment. Smudge looks pretty contented to me, with that “I feel a good nap coming on” look 🙂
Brilliant! This has made my day! My woofer making a star appearance on my most favourite blog. Thanks Mel ;0) xxx
PS – Marley also likes to eat bunny poop. And badger poop. And deer poop. And he LOVES a good roll around in fox poop – that one is particularly lovely.
Oh and he recently made mincemeat of my favourite Christian Louboutin black patent leather heels……
Not Louboutins! NOOOOOOO!
After eating part of the book, it looks as though in addition to those his mom cooks for, Marley is Well Fed 2 :-)))
Great story! Matches mine…my doxie decided to chomp on my Well Fed book before I had a chance to look through it. Luckily, no recipes were damaged and it’s still very usable!! I’m hiding Well Fed 2 from him.