A few days ago a very dear friend of mine came for a visit. We’ve been friends for almost 40 years, and we get together for lunch now and then, which is not often enough, but we do the best we can.
She wanted to come and see the dogs since she had not yet had the opportunity to meet Cubby, Sox, Ferris, or Henry. She is kind enough to read this blog so she was aware of the Destructodog Saga involving Ferris and his homicidal tendencies toward anything involving fabric and stuffing. One of the first things she noticed was that the futons were GONE!!
I had forgotten to continue the saga here on the blog. For those who for some strange reason may be interested, we will pick up the story after I had resorted to dragging the futon mattresses out to the garage to await the 1-800-GOTJUNK guys, and was using the cardboard from box mountain in place of mattresses. If you are confused, or don’t understand the terms “Destructodog” or “Box Mountain” you need to read some of the previous posts, or just skip this one – I promise I won’t be offended.
To recap: When we last left our heroine, she had ingeniously dealt with the aftermath of Destructodog by visiting Box Mountain, and harvesting some of its treasure.
The villagers were satisfied with the new, albeit a bit less comfy, futon solution and were happily going about their little furry lives.
Destructodog was still on the rampage, but his new focus was disemboweling stuffed toys, dog beds, and pillows.
But alas, after a few weeks our heroine was confronted with yet another doggie dilemma. In secret, some of the furry villagers took a vote – namely Ferris, Henry and the Weasel Brothers (Cubby & Sox), and decided that racing back and forth on top of the new futon platforms was a really fun game. This wasn’t really an issue when there were mattresses on top of the futon frames, but dogs bounding back and forth on top of cardboard is LOUD. In addition, this game meant the blankets were being scattered hither and yon which exposed the cardboard and…you guessed it! Destructodog was ON THE JOB!!! Once Destructodog knew that there was hidden treasure under those blankets, nothing would stop him from exposing the treasure to share with the furry villagers. Dragging the cardboard off of the futon frames resulted in exposing the wire framing which could have been a disaster for little doggie legs. Our heroine took yet another of several hundred heavy sighs, and resigned herself to taking drastic measures.
And they all lived happily ever after…for now.