Zim got a great series of emails from Kito this past week where he told him all about helping his mom raise money for the Humane Society! They got pledges and went on a cool road march! As Kito told us, "You guys have no idea, I had SUCH a blast this weekend!!! Mom decided she wanted to participate in the Humane Society’s Walk for the Animals. It’s an annual fundraiser here in Miami to benefit, well, the Humane Society!" Isn't that a cool coincidence! Kito said he was the one who got to go with her, explaining, "She said she took me cause I needed the exercise the most; I don’t know what she means by that though…" Kito, Dad says that about Zim sometimes, too. We haven't figured out, either! Auntie Laura said she wished Luna and Timber could have gone too…but she didn’t have enough arms. Ha rooo!
Kito had so much fun and Auntie Laura said he was really well-behaved. Of course - he's a Siberian! He met lots of other pups, and had a ball and told us all about his cool adventures!
Kito said, "We got there and the first thing we saw was this white Husky I met. He was SO cool. His parents gave me treats." We like the sound of this already! After he met the white Sibe, he and Auntie Laura went and sat by a tree, to wait for the walk to begin. His mom found a cool bandana in the goodie bag and ... here it is!
After this, Kito met MORE Huskies! He said it was SO cool! Auntie Laura told them all about Husky Rescue ~ way to go, Auntie Laura!
Okay, this is where it starts to get REALLY cool. He met this big blue thing called the “Ocean”. He said, "I don’t know what it is but it went for miles and miles! It looked neat and I wanted to get closer, but mom said no…check out the pictures attached… "
Here they are - she is cute, isn't she?
Kito said, "I was SO tired, I didn’t even care that she tried to stand on my head!" Kito - you are so totally like Zim, it borders on being scary.
Kito said after a brief rest, "I finally got up and decided to let mom finish the walk since it meant so much to her… " Way to go, Kito! You ARE the PUP!