You know what my person did? She spent all afternoon spraying stuff on and wiping it back off again. Why would anyone do that? It doesn’t make sense to spray stuff on something if all you’re going to do is wipe it back off.
But that’s not the worst of it. All this time that my person was spraying stuff she could have been taking me for a walk. But she didn’t.
Then when she finally decided we could go she picked the time that it started to rain. It hadn’t been raining all day, but as soon as we walked out the door the raindrops began.
I tried to tell my person I didn’t want to walk in the rain, but she wouldn’t listen to me. Every time I tried to go back she tugged on my leash and I was forced to go on. I really need to get my person trained better. I’m supposed to be taking her for a walk – not the other way around.
Since my person wasn’t going for the direct approach I figured I’d try something a little more subtle. I hinted that we could go another direction. If that worked I figured I could keep circling until we were headed back home. She wouldn’t go for it.
But you know what the worst part was? When we finally got back home it stopped raining. I know my person did this to me on purpose. How else do you explain the fact that the only time it rained all day was when we were outside in it, and she was the one that picked the time?
I think she and the person with the spray bottles in the sky were having a concert.