Here are two reasons visitors to readlarrypowell.com can relate to our East Texas tipster Lisa Konkoly Buick.
(1) She’s a genuine animal fan and told us about Jefferson (the dog, not the East Texas tourism spot). And
(2) She posted a note that declared, and I’m paraphrasing, she’s “tired of the headaches” from all the “too much stuff” in the air.
[LARRY ASIDE: We endorse doming the whole state and installing a climate control system with filters that keep atoms from penetrating the sinuses of inhabitants. Wait. That mean we’d be trapped inside with pre-existent allergens and who needs that? Three or four times a year we’d sneeze the dome off its foundation. So, you see now why I was not a science major at Texarkana Junior College. I don’t think I had a major, though I did take two semesters of bowling. OK, let’s roll on.]
In the meantime, the reason we bring up Lisa is she tipped us to this great sleeper from Take Me Home Pet Rescue. Look at that dog’s style!
He's perfect for Let Sleeping Dogs Lie & Napping Cats Nap. He appears to have an enthusiasm for the dramatic positions of somnulent bliss.
The TMHPR people posted this note back on the 15th, but he was still on their available list when I checked Friday. Here’s the text: “Jefferson is one heck of a napper. Are you looking for a napping buddy? You looking for a silly boy who would love to hold your sofa down?
“Jefferson is just that boy!
“Jefferson is looking for an active family who is home more than not. He would love to copilot carpool, run at soccer practice, makes trips to the dog park and then call it a night curled up with his humans.
“This boy is ready for that Forever Home!
“For more information about Jefferson, please visit our website.” The general website is www.tmhpr.com and if you click HERE, it’ll take you right to the always formally-attired (except when he’s trying to sleep) Jefferson. Not sure the chair comes with him, but you never know. To me it seems to be expressing exactly what Jefferson is saying: “TAKE ME HOME."
Oh, and, yes, Jefferson actually does know how to stretch out on the bed and go to sleep.
[Send photos and info about your sleeping dog, napping cat, dozing critter or slumbering relative to email@example.com. We post the photos because it’s the thing to do to inspire insomniacs to believe that they, too, can find a comfy chair and the right position to grab some sleep. Also, we post this because it keeps us indoors and away from mountain cedar, pollen, mold and whatever else makes a fat man sneeze 'n' shake like a California quake.]
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