Wednesday, December 7, 2011

About My Week and Some Scary Stuff

Things started off pretty normal

This is me and Oskar checking things out at the park on a foggy day.

And me and Gally and Olive at the same place.

This is a portrait of Dizzy who is a puppy as you know

and Tyson who is my age probably.

There is a vet by us that gives out free samples of stuff, and I have a sample everyday, but it is not the vet I go to, but some other dogs do. You can see one in the window.


Yesterday Paz came over and we all went for a walk down
 22nd Street and the cat with the racoon tail was there

and the other cat that was looking round to see what was going on.

It has not been very cold yet so there are flowers and things.

But what I wanted to tell you about was that Fatty is getting nearer my house.

I think she is heading this direction

and yesterday outside our window was a HAWK!
This is really true. Mum said he could come in to eat the mice, but I said what if he is in league with the evil Fatty-tribe? But Mum said she and Dad would save me.

I hope things are more peaceful by you.





  1. oh my! you live in a magical animal world!!
    I would love to see the hawk in person and I would always protect you
    I would also have a long talk with Fatty and the cats
    I can be very persuasive, I'm from Brooklyn and I know people

    hugs Buster

  2. Very handsome you are with those fringes on your trousers. You look all warm for the winter weather. You're right--the cats look scary-mean and Fatty looks evil but she'd better watch out for the hawk!

  3. That hawk looks like he is looking for a meal!! Lots of white meat on squirrels...just saying.

  4. the bird has big toes! sharpy toes! I don't think that I like that bird very much. The bird that lives in my house is horrid- noisy - glad i am deaf- I would bite our bird... I love your winter coat all feathery like a dog bird! You are handsome and I wag fiercely at you- by fierce I mean enthusiastically , not growly.

  5. with any luck fatty may become the hawk's lunch...

  6. Buster, others have already said what I was going to say to you, but I am going to say it anyway.

    That hawk has got the evil Fatty on its wavelength.

    You and your buddies are going to be just fine.

    Best wishes.

  7. Wow! Great blog this week, Buster!!! I was on the edge of my seat the whole time! Love, Ozzy The Poodle In Penna.

  8. Buster: Looks like you've been having a good week. I had lots of fun seeing you this week. I'm glad the cats and hawk didn't start any trouble. ;-)

  9. Maybe. Just maybe. The Hawk is trying to protect you from Fatty. Around here, hawks enjoy "fatty" snacks!

  10. Dear Buster, why don't you like poor Fatty?
    It is a nice animal, isn't it? :)
    Have a good weekend!

  11. Fantastic pics of evil Fatty! Though I have to say the hawk looks way more evil ... Also, your friend Tyson has a lovely face.

  12. Hi dear Buster! Looks you have a enjoyable and amusing life! Your Mom is very kind to take you to the park and to walk around your neighborhood.
    Love seeing you with yours friends, too.
    Have a good weekend.

    PS: A secret between me and you: you are the most beautiful and adorable of all them!

  13. Oh, Buster.
    Be careful.Be Alert.
    The evil Fatty-tribe is everywhere!

  14. A hawk in NYC! Amazing! I see that as a hopeful sign. What a gift.

    I haven't visited in a while; I have two dogs who take up all my time. But they are both eating bones so I had a chance to catch up on your blog. Good to visit with you once again, Buster! You're a wise observer of life and your mom's an excellent photographer. Happy holidays to you!