I hear that the Super Bowl is coming up this Sunday. Hobo Kitty said there’s some crazy cat halftime show and a Puppy Bowl on one of those animal channels. This just gives Bi-Peds another reason to stare at those thin, electronic boxes. But that’s a whole other conversation. Anyway, MY Super Bowl trumps both the Broncos and the Seahawks. I don’t watch the Super Bowl…. I eat it!! That’s right, I eat a Super Bowl of chicken, carrots, and cucumbers. Hobo Kitty and Ruckus think I’m out of my Mutt-Nutty mind because I eat carrots, but I’m telling ya, it’s better than that funky fish they try to CATch in Sniff-It Park’s pond. I also like bananas and peanut butter as a treat. YUM!
I just have to remember that not all Bi-Ped foods are safe for me to eat. Some foods I need to avoid are sugar, salt, onion, and garlic. These are foods that can make dogs and cats very sick. I did that thing called GOOGLING and found out there are actually lots of Bi-Ped foods that I need to stay away from: chocolate, grapes, raisins, avocado, apple seeds, alcohol, macadamia nuts, and Mutt-Mutt more. Bi-Peds need to be careful about what they give to us canines and felines. Bi-Peds may like candy, gum and sweets, but they oftentimes have something called xylitol in them. This is very toxic to dogs and cats. Even just a little can cause low blood sugar, seizures, liver failure and possibly death! UF-WUF! (Bi-Ped translation: “Oh No!”). You get the picture. Basically, some Bi-Ped foods are okay for pets, but there are many that are not!
Now back to the Super Bowl. Check out my twisted tongue action after eating my Super Bowl of food. Peyton Manning’s football-throwing arm has nothing on my twisted tongue. I’ll bet my tongue could throw a football into next week! Try that Bronco Boy!
This is Boss Paws – Barking Out!