Name:Harrison Location:United States

The Original Lovable Little Fuzzball

Here's the straight stuff.

The adventures of Harrison are true.
Try a few of his Crunchy Bites for a taste.
--Alpha Human Mom

Monday, August 01, 2005

Kibbles 'n Bits®

Headline of the Year. Makes ya' wonder what those ESPN guys have on their minds…

"The supporters of Young Boys Bern have not had too much to celebrate in the 19 years since their team last won the Swiss [soccer] league title. But this weekend Young Boys sought to shake off their old image by officially opening the 32,000 Stade de Suisse Wankdorf stadium…with an uncharacteristically flashy homecoming party."

So much for the Hound of the Baskervilles. This story certainly seems to prove this theory.

"Residents in East Ogwell, near Newton Abbot, have reported several recent sightings of a panther-like creature prowling the streets. One resident reported seeing "a black feline at least 2ft 6in tall" stalking fields on the edge of the village. However, retired teacher Mike Healy, 66, believes the monster is his 28lb pet cat, Sebastian...

"The mysterious cat - known locally as the Moorland Beast - is part of local folklore in East Ogwell with a number of recent sightings. Mr Healy is convinced the beast is Sebastian - not only because of his astonishing size, but because he has been sighted in fields near his house."

Water…prison…pretty much the same thing to me. But congrats, Jake. Hey, Dogger! Stay on your diet and maybe some day you'll swim the Channel!

"Early Saturday morning, a golden retriever named Jake made history when he jumped from a boat near Alcatraz into the choppy bay and swam 1.2 miles to the San Francisco shoreline.

"He was the only dog among more than 500 swimmers who took part in the South End Rowing Club's 10th annual Alcatraz Invitational. Dog-paddling his way toward the front of the pack, Jake came in 72nd overall, leaving some serious swimmers seriously chagrined. His time was 41 minutes and 45 seconds.

Spongecrab Squarepants

"The sponge crab holds a living sponge on top of its shell to keep hidden,… The odd animals hold onto sponges with their back legs, and are covered in small hairs. They are so good at camouflaging themselves, they are pretty much impossible to spot unless they move.

"If they can't find a suitable sponge to crouch under, the clawed masters of disguise have been known to use bits of rope and even old flip-flops."

Sounds like a Demo-cat tryin' to be a centrist…and looks like Helen Thomas.

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'Scuse me while I toss my Liver Snaps®.

posted by Harrison at 8:57 PM


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