The Mackenzie Finishing School for Klingons

It becomes apparent that I have been “volunteered” as nursemaid for a steady stream of baby Klingons.

We got these guys next.

See how I got them all down for a nap, including No. 2?

See how I got them all down for a nap, including No. 2?

I'm demonstrating proper back-of-the-sofa protocol.

I'm demonstrating proper back-of-the-sofa protocol.

Very good students.

Very good students.

The stripey one, she was the boss.

The stripey one, she was the boss.

They went back, and then this one came home.

Noisy.

Noisy.

She was a loudmouth like you wouldn’t believe, always spouting off about something or another.

The humans decided that she was lonely, so No. 1 went and got another one to keep her company. At first she was a beast to him, bopping him on the head and making that hissy sound, but after a couple days she let it go and they became BFF.

Where one went, the other went too.

Where one went, the other went too.

No. 2 took some moving pictures of them and put them up on the You Tubes.

They were all fine for their species, and they all got forever homes. Wonder what’s next??

Woofs,
Willie

Posted: November 15th, 2011 under What I have to put up with.

Comments

Comment from Toby
November 22, 2011 at 6:22 am

Hi Willie
Molly says that klingon babies are much more intelligent than dog babies and know how to use a litter tray without being taught. Our klingons have indoor facilities but we have to go out – even in the cold and wind and rain!
Molly says it is just as well you are in the USA otherwise our human would be emailing to offer a home for one of them! You are being a very good guardian.

Comment from No. 1
November 22, 2011 at 8:50 am

Paws up Toby! Many woofs for your nice words. Biscuit for you. Tell Molly I will have to think about her contention that baby Klingons are smarter than puppies. Maybe in that one way they have it better (and also, they don’t have to get baths in the sink), but seriously, can a Klingon fetch slippers?

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