An Old English Sheepdog called Daisy accused me of identity theft!

After I had posted the picture of me disguised as an Old English Sheepdog an Old English Sheepdog called Daisy contacted me and accused me of identify theft! She was quite annoyed and I had to promise not to do it again, which might be difficult given that I look so much like an Old English Sheepdog from behind. To be on the safe side I will ask the tall person to no longer take pictures of my bottom because it looks so much like Daisy the Old English Sheepdog!

Anyway, De forgave me for my attempt to create an indoor garden in the toy room this morning and we kissed and made up, so I no longer need a disguise. I am back to me – Bassa, the Caucasian Shepherd.

Call me Daisy

De is still cleaning the house after this morning’s indoor gardening incident and I have sensed some tension between us. I think it’s best that I keep out of her way for a while.

In order to remain inconspicuous I have disguised myself as an Old English Sheep Dog and now go by the name of Daisy.

I can’t be in two places at once

I had a great idea when I woke up this morning. I love being in the garden but I also like relaxing in the toy room. The problem is I can’t be in two places at once. Hmm……to solve this dilemma I decided to bring part of the garden into the toy room. I knew it would be okay because De has some plants inside the house but I wanted it to be a surprise. Fortunately, De, the tall person and the little person were still asleep when I woke up so I had some time to work without interruption.

I found a suitable bush in the garden and dug it up. It needed some trimming but that was no problem for my teeth and I soon had the perfect bush for the toy room. I carried it into the house and positioned it on the toy room carpet. I would have liked more dirt but a lot of it dropped off in the house on the way to the toy room.

Anyway, I was lying in my new toy room garden, enjoying the feel of earth beneath my paws when De came in. To my complete surprise she did not appear to like my new garden and ordered me outside in a very loud voice! Poor De, perhaps she did not sleep well and woke up feeling grumpy.

When I was finally allowed back inside I went to see my toy room garden but it was gone. De suggested that I give up gardening for a while or “there will be trouble”. It was very thoughtful of her to be concerned about me working in this hot weather but believe me it was no trouble – I enjoyed it!