which is just like the ones the whippets wear, and so the servant kept saying "right collar, must be our dog."
She reports that one or two times, he noticed that she was shorter than all the rest of the dogs, but he kept saying to himself "collar's right, fits OK, must walk it."She and Swede William had a great time, and she said he was very nice to her, and even shared food sometimes. She says next time, she must remember to take her own bowl. (Next time!)
Mama Pajama was very nice to her, telling her how things were supposed to go and when it was time for walkies to start. Also giving Teka much advice on how to get along with Swede William. Teka feels that Mama P is very wise and good.
But her favorite whippet (except for Swede William, of course!) is Very Old Dog. He was a bit confused, thinking she was just a puppy of sorts, but he very kindly told her she could call him Grandfather, and often made room for her at nap time.
And of course, her favorite human servant was Dr. Bill, shown here with Swede William on William's recent Barkday. Teka says his spaghetti is just as good as muzzer makes! And she thinks he caught on that she was a visitor by about the third day, because bowl number ten began appearing, and she didn't have to wait for someone to share with her. She is planning another trip soon, maybe even when the whippet servant is home!
Even Muzzer seems glad to have her back, and now we can get ready for our trip to see Aunt Re in St. Loulis, and maybe I can have some Steak and Shake!