CGA greyhounds. Today was the snood deadline day. I sold 5 snoods & will be sending CGA the check for $50 this week! That means that I still have snoods left over--medium & large sizes only. If you missed out, please be in touch so your hound can be warm on his/her morning walks.
It's always fun to watch Pudge with other greyhounds. I heard other people commenting about how cool it is that they recognize each other. In many ways I get the sense that they are fraternity/sorority bothers & sisters. The trials they went through together during their younger years & now enjoying a reunion while living a better life as they get older.
Jay says that Pudge is a momma's boy. Pudge will follow me to upstairs to bed, downstairs because I want a drink, upstairs to bed, back downstairs because I forgot to get the laundry out of the dryer, upstairs to bed, etc....except when his original foster mom is around, as she was today. Pudge found her over & over again and didn't really seek me out at all. She still calls him PJ; which was his original call name, before his other family gave him his current name. Thankfully Jay was keeping Pudge occupied so I could focus on the people visiting my table. I hope all the foster families realize the impact they can have on these wonderful dogs.
While I had success with the snoods & chatted with people about essential oils, I missed out watching the hot dog eating contest, best trick, best leaner and I really think Pudge had a shot at winning a medal for 'the longest tail'. So my plan for next year is to wear a T shirt that says "ask me about..." and have a picture of Pudge in a snood. I'll have the snoods with me in a messenger bag--just like the people who sell contraband at a concert. Then I'll get to meet other people who have fallen for the cuteness that is a greyhound. In the meantime, I"ll keep knitting snoods so I can have more for next year!