Sunday, July 22, 2012

Pet Pride 040: Getting ready for the Fur-lympics 2012



Yo, yo, homies. Wee're back! Joe eez speaking. Mum pwameezed a comeback post but eet haz bin three months since. I meez mah homies at Pet Pride and Camera Critters, eezpecially Bozo, ma bezt buddy!

 Hope you steell come and find me heer, ma freendz. We eez kool togetha eevery Sateerday.

 I heerd someone named Rafael Nadal, eez a famous sportsman from Spain, decided to pull out of dee Olympics. I eez thought maybe I can haz heez place. After all, I eez Ra-fur-el Nadal, mum told me :) So I and Dad eez training hard theeze days.

I eez Ra-fur-el Nadal, and I eez love tennis (balls). I eez getting ready for the Fur-lympics next month.
Dad sez I eez need to paw-cus on da ball. But Uncle Jake eez taking my peekchur so I eez look at da camera. Look, Mum! All paws off the ground. Zee how effortless I eez make dat look ;) Dad, ken I haz new tennis balls, nao?


magiceye said...

Heya am sure you will get all the gold medals home budddy!!

Woof woof
from Bozo
Pets forever

maneesh said...

You can set up your very own DIY pet monitoring system by using any simple, off-the-shelf webcam. Even old, unused ones that you may have lying around will work. Decide on the number of cameras you wish to set-up (usually - one in every room that your pet may walk around in, with a maximum of 4 cameras). Once you're done with this, use a webcam software like GotoCamera that's easily available on the internet. Some of them even offer a basic version of this service for free. By paying a bit more ( usually, not more than $4 a month), you will get a whole bunch of added benefits such as motion detection, email alerts, mobile alerts, etc.

Kay L. Davies said...

If there's an Olympic medal for all-feet-off-the-ground, you are sure to win.
Lindy says, "Woof, catch that ball!"

Kay, Alberta, Canada