Buddy: We hope you all had a Merry Christmas! We had a quiet day yesterday and even had a bite of turkey. That doesn't happen very often around here because Jan is sticky about .. What, Cotton?
Cotton: No, not sticky. They word is stickler. Jan is a stickler.
Cameron: That's strange. I thought Jan is a human.
Cyndi Jan is a human. Cotton is trying to say she's a stickler about feeding us people foods.
Percy: Especially the foods we really like. Fatty or sugary foods, chocolate .... She has this crazy idea we should eat dog or cat food.
Rusty: Yeah, the only way she'll give us turkey is to wring out the fat, pat it dry, and for good measure, blow dry it.
Crystal: We wish Jan would stop reading about what not to feed us and realize we like turkey, fat and all.
Sam: Yes, if we killed our own turkey, we wouldn't roast it and drain off the fat. We'd just spit out the feathers.
Merci: Isn't there a federal law that every dog and cat, especially the females, must be fed at least six pounds of chocolate a day?
Cotton: Yes, it's part of the Federal Animal Anti-Cruelty Act. But pet owners protested and now they're claiming chocolate is hazardous to our health. (We're joking here. Chocolate can be deadly to your pet!)
Buddy: Excuse me, but I was telling readers about our post before you interrupted. To continue, we feel like taking it easy today and figure maybe you do too. So we have a nice, calm dog dance routine to help you relax. Afterward you can resume your nap.
Merci: Buddy, you're looking at the wrong video. There's nothing calm and relaxing about this dance routine! It's pure fun.
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