You are not supposed to leave me alone here when there’s thunder in the air.
Well, I know there wasn’t when you left me – but there is now.
You’re not supposed to leave me alone when thunder might be in the air.
Take me with you next time – or don’t even leave the house.
Toby and his person came over to go for a walk with me.
I tried to tell them I don’t do walks when there’s thunder in the air.
They wouldn’t listen.
Nobody listens to me.
So I pulled right out of my collar.
They brought me back home.
And left me all alone with thunder in the air.
At least you came home right when the boomers were getting loud.
How come your hair’s wet? It didn’t start raining until after you got home.
Did you go take a shower somewhere?
You have a shower right here. Why would you go somewhere else to take a shower?
Rain shower? What do you mean, rain shower?
It wasn’t raining until after you got home.
You mean there was rain and thunder somewhere else?
You mean it’s everywhere? There’s no way to escape it?
Well that settles it then.
No walks for you today.
I’m staying right here under my thunder blanket. Don’t even try to budge me.