The BBQ that turned into a Pub Visit
The humans had a big birthday party on Saturday and I was allowed to invite two friends over. I was so excited and asked if my buddy the Norfolk Terrier Archie and my little sister Bella could come – and their humans of course.
We were meant to have a barbeque in the garden, but the weather forecast looked so grim the humans moved the venue to one of the local pubs instead. I didn’t mind missing out on the sausages, as long as got to see my friends!
Playing in the garden
Bella turned up early with her humans on the tube and I quickly herded them back to our place. I wanted to show Bella my garden and all my toys and I was looking forward to all the latest about her pet rabbits.
I could see that she was already starting to get some bossy ideas of who should be in charge of the water bowl and the ball, so I invited her for a game of chase, followed by some wrestling. We had so much fun, running up and down the garden and taking turns on carrying the ball around. She was pretty tough for a little puppy girl – I think I might have kicked her up in the air a couple of times by mistake, but she kept coming back for more so she must have enjoyed it! Then we went inside and she peed on my rug, but that was okay because she’s only a little 14 week old puppy and couldn’t help it.
The Birthday Party at the Pub
When we were so tired we could barely move, it was time to go to the birthday party in the pub. That’s when it all started to go wrong. All my humans’ friends were cuddling the puppy, stroking her soft puppy coat, and rubbing her ears.
‘Awww, isn’t she lovely. Look at her, sleeping there right on the floor.’
‘She seems so much calmer than Alfie at her age.’
Noone seemed to pay any attention to me, not even my own humans, it was all about Bella.
Bella, Bella, Bella.
It went on for ages.
Even strangers stopped and wanted to pet the puppy, and I was just about to tell them all about her peeing on my rug and walk out of there when Archie and his human turned up.
‘Roooo oooo roooo woooof buddy, you won’t believe how glad I am to see you,‘ I barked.
He ran straight to the puppy. Or, he could have just found some old crisps on the floor – its difficult to tell what he’s thinking and doing under all that hair.
I barked some more – and looked up to see a man from the pub chatting with my human. Apparently I had been too loud and we were being kicked out!
Actually, I was the only one being kicked out – everyone else could stay and enjoy the party while I had to go home.
So unfair – but I think it still counts towards my overall mischief score – what do you think? *waggy tail*
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