Hello, hello! It’s time to tells you about one of my favoritest things. But, um, instead of telling you, I’m gonna see if you can guess what it is first.
Have you figured it out yet? Hint…I wear it well.
That’s right! It’s my Most Beautiful Brindle furs!
Now I am very much proud of my brindle furs. Specially since momma started giving me fish oil, they’re pretty shiney.
So you can just imagines my shock when I read this post by the Most Wonderful Happy Pit Bull lady that brindle doggies don’t get adopted very fast.
WHAT? Now I knew this most unfortunate fact about black doggies (which is also very much crazy) but BRINDLES? Oh! I was most distraught and dismayed.
Now, this seemed to me to be utterly and most crazy so I thoughts I would notify some of my bestest brindley buddies of this most egregious outrage.
First, of course, I notified the Relentlessly Huge himself. Well, he was so stunned that he immediately fell to the ground in a stupor.
After that, I contacted the lovely Miss M. She decided at once to begin a walking tour of Chicago to spreads the word about the beauty of brindle.
However, it wasn’t long before she decided she could raise awareness just as well by eating a cupcake.
I then told Stella and Betty about this most ridiculous development, and they both had a good laugh cuz they thoughts I was joking.
When I assured them that I was Most Serious, Betty was NOT amused.
Chef promised to think hard abouts this predicament and grabbed a stick and sat down to “chew” on the subject.
Bella thoughts she could help by demonstrating how easily brindleys blend into yards without grass, thereby saving peoples money on grass and water.
And Frankie, being a dog of action, right away set about organizing an online petition.
Dog Foster Mom’s used-to-be foster doggie Rachel is only a baby and had to be comforted when she heard the news.
But don’t worry. Rachel is one of the lucky brindleys who gots adopted way quick so she cheered up pretty fast.
And Otis. Well, Otis was so very much distressed that he had a rather unfortunate regurgitation issue.
The news even spread as far as Alaska! Ina’s new furend – who pre-furs to remain anonymous – even organized a one dog protest in her yard.
As for me, I am just gonna try to be the Most Charming and Adorable brindle doggie I can be so that the peoples who meet me will decide that brindle furs are one of their most favoritest things, too!