Ha roo pups and cool cats! It's me - Zim! Storm said I should show you more of the pictures Mom took of us out in the snow. I'm on it!
On the way home from our cool snow walk, Storm and I followed some cat tracks! They seemed to stop over here; it must be a secret entrance to their clubhouse or something. We were both worried about our kit-cat friends being warm, so we stuck our snooters down there and I "ha rooed".
Dave came over to see if he could see any kit-cats down there, but they weren't anywhere where we could see them.
Any of your friends down there, Zimmie?
He may not be AS cat-friendly as I am, but he doesn't want to see anyone cold, hungry, or with wet feety-feet. Hopefully, they'll know to head to our house if they need anything.
I already showed you a video of me working on my very cool snow fort, but here is a still shot:
Hmm... this snow needs to move over here...
I had to get everything just SO! The rest of the pack offered to help, but really, I have to do these things myself.
As you can see, I had a mighty fine snow fort by the time Mom lost feeling in her hands and feet and said we had to go inside. After seeing the video, the most bee-roo-tiful Belgian Tervuren I've ever met, Princess Eva, said it's better than the one I built last year! Wow! Thanks, Eva! You're as kind as you are beautiful!
Speaking of kind - and comments made by our friends - my pal Angus Mhor wondered about why we stick our snooters in the snow. He asked, "Hey, why DO you snoof in the the snow with your snooter?" As much as I want to field this one myself, Amber REALLY wants me to refer you to this post she made last year. Ha roo roo roo! That Ammy; she always cracks me up!
One last picture - this one's for all you babes out there who find my big brother so irresistible.
It's his freckles, isn't it?
I hope everyone out there who wants snow has some and is enjoying it to the fullest. We have some flurries blowing around right now, so if anypup needs any, let me know; I'll ask the UPS man to bring some to you!