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Colonel Mongo in the Parlor… with Molasses!

Bad Dad left a bottle of molasses in the kitchen and poor Mongo has to pay the price.

Why Fear of Predators is Important

A study was just released that documented that the “fear of predators” is as important as the predator’s presecence itself.  As humans hve removed the apex predators in many ecosystems, the behavior of the meso-predators has changed, allowing them to spend more time eating and sleeping and less time worrying about getting eaten. (See more at Seattle Times by clicking HERE.)

Why is this an important issue?  It is important mostly so we can avoid this…

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Squirrel Girl

Squirrel Girl (Doreen Green) is a fictional superheroine appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.  However, when Emerald City Comicon rolls around in Seattle, we get visits from all the superheros, including the real Squirrel Girl.  This Squirrel Girl was just lucky that Mongo and his sidekick Spork were not downtown on this day.

Mongo Knows Fun

Mongo knows fun.  In fact, he is practically an expert in fun.  So when Dad had to go to Atlanta for a month, Mongo decided to make his own fun.  The first thing he decided to do was TP the house.  Mongo knows, there are few things as fun as stringing paper through Drewbie’s bedroom!

Finishing Up the Season on a High Note

Mongo and Dad went up to the Cooke Canyon Hunt Club to finish the pheasant hunting season.  Mongo and Dad had enjoyed a fiarly good hunting season.  They had limited out on ducks in January, and while their pheasant hunts on public lands had been less than stellar ( i.e. zero birds), they had done well at their previous hunt at Cooke Canyon.  However, today was another day.

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You Know You’re a Dog Owner When…

You reach into the couch cushion to see what’s poking you in the back, and instead of finding loose change or an old potato chip,  you find this;

 

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Glowing White?

It was mid-winter.  The time of year in the Pacific Northwest when the days are very short.  It was dark when Dad took Mongo out for morning walks, and dark when he took him out for evening walks.

On one of these short dark days, Mongo found the door to the pantry slightly ajar.  For Mongo, this is always an open invitation for noshing.  The first thing to catch his interest that day was a five pound bag of rice.

Eating five pounds of rice actually takes longer than one might think.  It is a lot of rice, even for Mongo.  It turned out to be a whole day affair.

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