I’m soooo sad. I don’t understand what’s happened. My human is gone. Where? I just don’t know.
I watched her leave. She got in a dinghy of humans I don’t know very well, left our boat, and waved goodbye.
“Wait,” I bark. “Where are you going?”
I’m very suspicious because she has a suitcase with her. That can’t be good. And look how pathetic I look trying to get her to stay.
I howl my best howl, and she waves and tells me to be good.
Matt, my other human, whom I love, but he doesn’t baby me like Kristina does, is doing his best to keep me happy. I didn’t eat dinner the first night. I thought that might make Matt get her back, but when that didn’t work, I ate anyway. I was just too hungry. I’ll need to try something else to make Matt understand.
But where – oh – where is Kristina?
And when will she come home? Matt keeps saying soon, but what does that mean? I’m soooo sad.
Woof Woof, Boo Hoo.
8 thoughts on “Farley’s Friday: One Sad and Lonely Wheaten Terrier”
Dear Sweet Farley,
Your human will come back to you soon. She loves you very much. Plan a party for her return. You can have a find a bone game, let go of my leash game, and don’t give me a bath now game.
It’s good your other human is there to keep you company. Snuggle up at his feet and have a good time. Your other human will be back before you know it.
Woof Woof. I feel better already. I’m going to play the fetch game where Kristina throws a stick and then she has to pick it up of me 🙂
Wow That is a great sad look. You have the sad stare down really well. I’m sure if you mope around like you are sick Matt will show you more attention.
Woof Woof. He’s fallen for it. He’s such a softy, he let me on the bed!
I knew you were a pro at this. Hope she comes back soon then you can work on her guilt. for leaving.
I’m waiting for her and making my plans for a guilt filled day!
Don’t worry, Farley, she’ll be back. Who could resist your furry face:)
Woof Woof, I’m wag gin my tail to say thank you. She should be home before I write the next Farley’s Friday.