Puppy Dog Tales - May 2017
Snowbird Dogs (and Cats)
Robbie MacDougal, Shetland Sheepdog and canine journalist, introduces a few of the regular winter time pet residents of Bay Hide Away in Lakeshore. Most will be headed north soon. See you next year!
Silly from Wisconsin
My cat Silly, she can love you one minute & hiss at you the next. She loves to travel in our motor home. Silly sleeps on a rug on the dash and sometimes she even wants to drive. She loves Bay Hide Away Campground. She loves to watch the birds & has lots of sunshine for all her naps. Silly's quite vocal when she wants to eat, especially at 2am. But all in all, we wouldn't trade her. She's our little girl.
Marco Polo from USA
This is my mugshot from the paper shredding incident. But I was framed, the cat did it! After my rescue from Alabama and transport to Connecticut, I found my forever home. I now travel the country in a travel trailer (which is a whole lot easier to guard than a house) with my human. I get to sniff new places, score treats from new neighbors, and ride in a truck. But the place I have the most fun and spend the most time is Bay Hide Away. It's nice to have a place to come home to when you're 'On the go'. Marco Polo.
The next time she wouldn’t come back in! I would see her outside the door but she would run and hide as soon as I opened the door. After three days, we had to trick her and catch her in a live trap. She stayed inside for the rest of our four-month stay.
This year, when we came back to Bay Hide Away RV Park, we worked with her outside during the day again, letting her explore near the motorhome. Now she is happily sleeping all day inside and going outside at night.
This is the place to be for all of us who live here full time and those who come and see us. Who knows the next dog you see walking down the street on the end of a leash could be from Michigan or Wisconsin or Iowa – anywhere.
Gentle readers, Daisy told me I need to end with her special sign off so, keep your tail high and your feet dry.
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