An interesting reflection on “squirrel power”…
From The New York Times: A single squirrel can disrupt and frustrate thousands of people at a time, switching off our electrified lives for hours.
And an insult perhaps to dogs but a perennially popular video clip with humans:
The good people at Momus Report (an Australian institution I have been told) have reviewed A Dog About Town. A liberal and favorable quote:
It is a fun notion, executed well by Englert. This is a world of wealthy eccentrics, manipulative frauds and even a sly Miss Havisham of the Upper East Side. Randolph as our guide introduces a bestiary of canines, grouped by their particular method of excretion.
Read more at: The Momus Report
Oops, I just missed National Dog Day:
Thought this article worth passing along.
For readers of my books, you know how important smell is…but sound is also vital!
Here is the link: http://nyti.ms/13MyPxC
This sad story speaks for itself, reminding us of the many dangers of the natural world. The alligator pictured above is named Mister Teeth. Here’s the link.
I wouldn’t mind some day trying one or all of the 99 dog-friendly hotels I found on a list (these are human hotels by the way, not the dog-only types pictured above). Perhaps a start would be for hotel guests to have a copy of A Dog About Town in their bedside tables?
Here is the story link. A brief top ten list includes these (a lot of Affinias, they must have a particular affinity for my kind):
The Muse - Kimpton
70 Park Avenue Hotel
Tribeca Grand Hotel
I can’t help it. . . a shameless posting of a cat in a shark costume riding a robot vacuum cleaner. I am not sure why, but watching it is like meditation.