ss_blog_claim=bf53c2c2a6b5e4b759eb9b46babec032 Stephen the dog: Swaddlepotimous

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Swaddlepotimous



My A has returned. He came home on Saturday after a 4-day absence. Originally I though he might have been out of town at an Ultimate Pillow fighting league (UPLF) event but this does not seem to be the case as I was able to account for all of our pillows while he was gone.

When I asked my A where he was he just kind of mumbled incoherently. It has taken me a while but I have been able to piece it together. Apparently my A went out on Safari. I know this because when he came home is clothes were all messy and smelled funny. He also managed to catch something while he was on Safari.

My A has caught a swaddlepotimous. From what I can tell this is a rare creature that screams at all hours of that day smells funny and is living in the cage in my new room. I don’t really know why we need a swaddlepotimous but at least they don’t seem to be dangerous. I just wish the thing would be quiet.

I am sure my A is just holding the swaddlepotimous for a zoo or something; I can’t wait till it is out of my room. I am all for sharing and helping out the family but I would like to get on with having my own room. Sharing with the swaddlepotimous is a little rough since it does not really sleep and kind of smells.

I wonder which zoo the swaddlepotimous will end up at. Once I find out I will let you all know so that you can go and visit it. I think I may need to contact a few zoos and make sure this process is moving forward. If I don’t see any progress by next week I will start writing zoos.

That stupid swaddlepotimous is screaming again so I am going to go hang out outside for a while. Before I head out I would like to thank C and L for taking such great care of me while my A was out on Safari. Thanks guys.

2 Comments:

At October 26, 2009 at 4:12:00 PM EST , Blogger Wheeler Images said...

Stephen,

I didn't want to worry you before, but that's the same thing that happened when my brother's room was updated.

Our swaddlepotimous stayed with us and is a member of the family (despite my brother's request to return her from whence she came "until she was 3").

That was decades ago and she's on her own and as far as I know she's completely outgrown the screaming...

I'm sure your swaddlepotimous will outgrow it as well.

Maybe licking the swaddlepotimous will help calm it down. I'm sure your A & R would appreciate the help.

 
At January 26, 2010 at 3:31:00 PM EST , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whatever happened to the Swaddlepotimous?

 

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