It’s true, when Nacho floats on pure neighbor power it totally freaks out The Puppy.
The Puppy gets freaked out by baby humans and also baby puppies. Also the neighbor has a new puppy!
I WAS THERE AND I WASN’T SURE WHAT HAPPENED!
The Puppy has obviously been reading the comic.
It has happened once or twice but strangely enough I can never get a picture.
That was like, last week. Those leaves get me every time.
All that matters.
I have no idea what that bug was, btw, I just ran before it could land on me.
Fresh wee-mails are the best.
Max is a sweetheart, he’s crazy about The Puppy and she loves everyone for an adequate amount of time and then she’s done and takes off in her chosen direction, leashes in the way be damned. I didn’t mind being tied to Max at all. We haven’t seen Max or his lady since that night.
That’s right, I know this from experience. Just pack a can of seltzer and a jar of peanut butter in my tomb.
You’ll see, she knows what she saw.
DUN DUN DUN!
(This happened, but it was me who was like, WAIT, WHAT? The cats, all three of them, were having a cat staring contest. AND THEY GAVE ME THIS MYSTERIOUS COMIC!)
After the faint rumble of thunder, The Puppy jumped off the couch and hurried out of the room. I found her in the tub, being safe. Because somewhere in her DNA there is the knowledge that one gets in the tub in a storm.