Not as sinister as it sounds. I doubt Banjo will ever stop playing, it's what he does best. It's just that he will be doing it with a new foster carer as of tomorrow.
I think I misheard you, did you actually say that I am leaving? That can't be right. I shall stretch my ears and maybe that will sound like "you are NOT leaving, we think you are funny and sweet and we love you" which is what I'm SURE you just said.
I am expressing my disappointment at you. I have been ever so well behaved. I have not counter surfed. I have not peed inside. I have not barked, whined or carried on. I have gone to my bed when you have asked me. I have not hurt that ugly "Chicken" thing you seem to treasure. I have made you laugh. I have been quiet and cuddly and sweet......
That he has. And a whole lot more. The people who adopt Banjo are getting a very special and very lovely dog. He will make them laugh and fall in love with him. We will miss him greatly.
Except Chicken. Boot Camp is tough on the instructor too. The strenuous nature of Chicken's job (keeping all the dogs in line) means he needs to find calming activities for when he is "off duty"
Have to keep those little legs in good shape, never know when you might need to make a getaway.
He did attempt Yoga with a Swiss Ball, wouldn't let me publish the photos of that as it was not pretty!
So when he is all Zen and stretched he goes back to patrolling his domain.
We have added a new room to that. The bar is now Chicken's retreat. Dogs can't get down the stairs to invade his sanctuary. Something he lords over them by sitting on the stairs in plain view, just to antagonize them. Smug little bugger. He takes the patrol thing seriously though.
The stairs are to the left of the photo. On the other side of the bannister is the dogs bed. Often they will have their tails hanging in no mans land. Bad idea. More than likely it will be the subject of attack.
Really have to wonder what that cat thinks sometimes...