It seems that Grandma Greta has a hangover this morning after a little too much partying last night.
The soon to be 16 year old, 6 pounder spent New Year’s Eve perfecting her new sport of channel surfing.
She tweaked her tiny toe tapping technique just enough so she could seamlessly switch back and forth with the remote watching Pitbull, her favorite rapper, while ‘shaking if off’ with Taylor Swift.
Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks?
Once Greta managed to come to this morning, we decided to catch up on some reading together.
While conducting a Google search on her beloved singer Pitbull, Greta pointed out an article indicating pitbulls, black dogs, and chihuahuas are the hardest canines to place in homes.
Greta, being a black chi-doxie mix herself looked a little anxious and blue with that news.
I thought I better take action.
“Hey Greta, but check this other article out. It seems as we grow older, people who volunteer for two or more organizations have much better health. Maybe we should step up our altruistic efforts again and see if we can help out our canine friends”.
I then pulled up a website for an animal rescue group we have assisted before by fostering dogs.
Pedro, one handsome 12 year old chihuahua with ears even bigger than Greta’s, immediately caught her eye.
Greta’s always had a thing for younger men.
“Greta, he surely is a looker but apparently has a foster already. But take a look at the smiling handsome senior black pug in this pic. He’s only 11!
With that, Greta joyfully jumped off the couch doing a perfect happy dance.
I just love how that girl can still just shake it off.