From across the street, Georgie and I saw a cockapoo by the traffic lights …Cockapoo and mummy started to cross the street And they were coming towards us.
Cockapoo’s mummy must have said something to cockapoo as she looked in our direction …And Georgie’s and my tail started wagging …
Well, hello … Scarlett! We have never met before today but Mummy told us you were coming to visit – and we reckoned it had to be you!
We all went to lunch together at The Henry Root. It had to be The Henry Root because we were four dogs and they are so dog friendly, Mummy knew it wouldn’t be a problem when we all trouped in!
Then the food arrivedAnd I do my popping-up act Checking out what Mummy was having And so did Scarlett – we cockapoos like our food!And then – aha! Wonderful Suzy shared her last bit of macaroni and cheese with us …
Scarlett looked a little overwhelmed with her London experience and probably us. 🙂 Think she was asking her mummyWhat are we doing in this big, busy, noisy city?And who are these dawgs?
May’s comment: Another Facebook friend! Suzy and Scarlett O’Hara were in London and they came to say hello.
That was a lovely thing to watch when we were walking towards the bus stop when Darcy spotted Suzy and Scarlett diagonally across the street. She stopped, sat down and watched them and her tail started wagging. And George then joined her as they both eyed them coming closer. They don’t always greet other dogs like that. There must be something about them knowing their own kind. Well, George thinks he’s a cockapoo! LOL! I think he’s with cockapoos so often that he thinks that’s what he looks like. He forgot to look in the mirror lately. 🙂