I’m back. Sorry for yesterday, folks. I usually keep my computer away from the cats because they think the mouse pointer is fun to bat at. Might be fun for them, but it’s really annoying when I’m trying to work. Someone left the office door open, however, and I see Panther took advantage of the situation. Anyway, my surgery went well (in case you were wondering). I had a torn meniscus in both knees – took care of the left one yesterday and the right one next month.
So, now I’m lounging for a few days, which of course involves sharing the bed with Cooper. He thinks it’s his bed, and he’s sharing with me, so we’ll have to have a little talk about ownership of the covers.
Does your dog sleep in your bed?
I’m just wondering about the evolution part here. People who believe in evolutionism say that every trait has its purpose in the survival of the species. At exactly what point did it become important for a dog to sleep not only on the bed, but under the covers?
And why do they have to lay sprawled out sideways to take up the maximum amount of surface area? Inquiring minds want to know!
OK, as you can tell, I’m still a little dopey from the anesthesia and pain meds, so I think I’d better close now.
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!