Tuesday, January 21, 2014

And in neighborhood news ...

My crazy-a** neighbors evidently got themselves a dog.  A small, terrier-like dog, whom they have been tying to the fire hydrant out by the road.

It's twenty degrees outside, and about to get much colder.

No, they never leave it out there for very long.  And yes, if they DID, I would be over there like flies on sh*t.

But why tie a dog to a fire hydrant out by the road at all?  The poor thing sits out there and barks and barks and BARKS.

Are they dog-sitting?  I don't know.  I don't want to get any more involved in this than I have to, and thankfully I might not have to at all, because last night when I got home from work, there was a cop car out in front of their house.  Maybe somebody ratted them out on their twisted idea of animal care.  Thank goodness.  The dog was not out there this morning.

I'll tell you what, I'll bet this town's cops are as sick of these two as I am at this point.



Oh, and scroll down to my last post, would ya?  I'm looking for somebody to tell me what to doooooooo.


livingnkauai said...

I think you should keep the cats. The are use to you even if they are not adoptable at this time. If they go into a new home with all of those cats it is unlikely that they will get use to being around humans any time soon. Your their best chance!

rockygrace said...

Thanks for turning up the heat, there, livingnkauai. :)