Hunger Strike!


It’s the principle of the thing.

I think I am slowly dying of hunger. I do not want to eat anymore. My dad decided it is too much work to cook for me, so he just bought cans of Alpo to add into my food. I do not like it at all, and I would much rather die of hunger than eat something that I do not like.

You might think I am spoiled. I think that I am merely enlightened. I think the dogs who do eat dog food ALONE simply do not know any better. How could any dog go from chicken and rice, omelet, take-out Chinese food back to just regular food? If I were altruistic, I would tell every dog I meet the JOYS of human food. But I do not want to cause trouble.

If you want to help, please email my dad and tell him how you support my cause. Getting a lot of emails might make him have a change of heart.

HUMAN FOOD FOR ALL!!!

Life Lesson: Perspective is all in the SPIN:-)

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 Hi. My name is Meatball and I have a human-food habit.

I don’t like dog food anymore. At least dog food by itself. Aside from chicken, my dad has to add an egg, or chips or sometimes even oatmeal before I even go smell it. In the beginning I tried to eat at least a little bit, just to make sure I do not go hungry. But after being spoon-fed the good stuff, there is just no going back. I refused to touch my dish if it only had dog food and chicken in it. And because my dad is a mush and couldn’t stand my going hungry, after a couple of meals I have some form of human food integrated in my meals.

My tiger mom thinks that if I am going to be expensive to feed, I should be able to earn my keep. She wants me to be a movie star as I have the looks for it, but she thinks I should learn a trick that would distinguish me from other dogs first. She also wants to try reality TV but she thinks I am too nice and not trashy enough for it. She hopes I will make money from blogging, but she fears this will happen when she is too old to appreciate it. If worse comes to worst, she said she will just dress me up, and put a can beside me.

Life Lesson: If you have to have a vice, try to get one that you can afford, so you do not need to bust a butt trying to support it.