As I sat at the computer catching up on a few things I heard Albie's very distinctive, deep and pawsome bark. He has a super bark, it's loud and proud and he wants everyone to hear it!
He has a super bark, it's loud and proud and he wants everyone to hear it!
I went out into the garden to find him down the side alley, I could see him sniffing at the bottom of the fence but I couldn't see anything there so I told him everything was fine, he settled down and I went back inside....
WOOF WOOF WOOF!
A trio of woofs this time, all equally as loud as before but even more persistent, he was definitely trying to tell me something....
Albie has a great nose when it comes to things he either shouldn't have, cats, other animals, or possibly shoes (!), Kizzie is the one with the nose for food. These woofs meant he had found something.
I went back outside and by now Kizzie had joined the party, very clearly they were barking at a particular section of fence....
So I peered over the fence to see if I could find the reason for the excitement..... Well of course there was! I should have trusted him the first time (which he quite rightly told all his furpals on twitter!). When Albie barks in the garden, there is ALWAYS a reason.
He also wants to remind all local cats that this is his fence and they aren't welcome!