Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Soothing Music

After the last storm where I left gaping wounds in the human woman's legs, she managed to order this CD shortly before passing out from blood loss. Apparently the people that sell this CD chock full of soothing dog music guarantees that it will calm the most freaking out dog no matter what the circumstances (I'm guessing boiling in oil doesn't count, or chasing dog in heat may be a challenge).

The human woman thought it would be a good idea to play it when there wasn't a storm to set the appropriate volume level and all that. You know, just test it to see if it would calm me (ok, I just ate dinner, I'm already laying down for my pre-bed time nap... how could I BE any more calm), and look what happens. She actually drooled on me.

Meeshka

9 comments:

Tracey and Huffle said...

You should consider playing this when the human woman gets the furminator out!

Huffle Mawson, Honorary Husky and Explorer Cat

Dakota said...

Um, if the storms in your part of Merryland are anything like the storms in my part of Merryland - the Human Woman will need MUCH bigger speakers!

Dakota

JustMeCopper said...

Wow, it sure made my Mom calm. A money back guarantee to boot. What did you think Meeska? Did it help?

The Brat Pack said...

A perfect tool for your arsenal!!

Yea, does it work? It's storming here right now and three of them are all freaked out again.

Bear

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

I think she drooled bekhause someone SOMEWHERE said LATTE and/or Starbukhks -

Good lukhk with her -

Hope the CD keeps her in chekhk -

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

cyber-sibes said...

Oh yuck, human drool! Don't you just hate when that happens?

Woos & A-roos,
Star & Jack a-roo

The Army of Four said...

I'm very anxious to hear how this does for you!
Tail wags,
Storms

Lady Kaos said...

I guess if she sleeps through the storm, she doesn't know if you're freaking out or not. I'm not sure that's how the makers planned it though.
Kaos

The Daily Echo said...

I'd say this will buy you much more uninterrupted time on the computer.
ECHO