Monday, May 05, 2008

But, it Looked So Good!

I don't know what got into her, but my Mom decided to make homemade dog food and then eat it for herself. She called it a Tuna Sandwich.

She kept telling me it had tuna and mayonnaise and pickle relish in it, but quite frankly, I don't care. All I cared about was that it smelled like my food and I wanted to eat it.

One day, my parents were in the kitchen cooking and Mommy opened the refrigerator door and turned around to talk to Daddy. When she turned back around, my head was inside the fridge and I was sniffing out this Tuna Sandwich stuff.


I was so engrossed in finding this food that I didn't realize Mommy was watching me! I looked up at her and my heart skipped a beat and I ran from the fridge.

They wanted photos and so they tried to get me to go search for this food, but I wouldn't. I was afraid I'd get in trouble. After all, never once have I ever gotten in the fridge ever before!

See, I don't like it when they put me in situations that I know are wrong. Aren't they the ones who are supposed to teach me not to do stuff like this?

They even took the lid off so I could smell it better and even eat it if I so desired.

So, I snuck up there by myself and took a sniff. Then, I jumped back, "I can't do this! I'm not allowed to. After all, this is probably a trap!"

So I walked away. After thinking about this, I realized that I should have just given in to the temptation and stole Mommy's dog food. I know it sure would have been yummy.


I never did eat the tuna salad for sandwiches. While I made it as basic as it can be made, it just didn't look very good and it did smell incredibly like Oscar's dog food though much stronger-which made it all the more unappetizing. Oscar, on the other hand, went crazy while I was making this. He probably got to eat a small amount of the tuna salad, but I honestly don't remember. After this incident, it was thrown away. ~Oscar's Mom.

8 comments:

Frances Louise said...

Oscar, you have to learn to take advantage of a situation when it presents itself; after your parents opened the lid to the tuna fish stuff, you have to stick your head in it and lick up as much as possible. Usually my parents are so grossed by my slobbering on it, they give me the rest of the food!

The Devil Dog said...

Oscar, I love tuna! It is delicious. You have good taste. Do you like broccoli?

Roxy

TwoPugs said...

LOL - when we first went to meet Pearl at the breeders before buying her, I had been eating a salmon sandwich and my fingers smelled a bit like salmon (it was a long car ride to see her - over an hour and I ate in the car). Pearl went crazy for me! I say it was just her love for me but my husband says it was the salmon fingers.

WinstonBerry said...

Oscar, you are so smart not to fall into the trap! Especially beacuse next time, when there isn't a camera around, you just may get in trouble! Sneaky hoomans!

Smooches,
Winnie :-)

Page said...

Wow, Oscar, you have amazing self control! My Winnie would have grabbed it, run and never looked back! Sela, on the other hand, though, sounds like you. Very disciplined. I hope you ended up getting a little lick of tuna in the process!

Goodboy Norman Featherstone said...

I would have snarfed that tuna down without a second thought. Next time, don't hesitate. What's the worst they'll do to you? Give you the "bad dog" reprimand? Just shrug it off!

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Clover said...

Haha poor Oscar. Your parents are always testing you, aren't they? Well, I say to do the bad thing anyway then look really cute (that shouldn't be hard!) so you don't get in trouble.
Love Clover xo