So some of you might have seen my No. 1 Human's panic on Broadsheet.ie yesterday, it was the kind of day we dog's have nightmares about. It started when silly No. 1 forgot that my fun playmate was coming to throw toys for me (for some reason she cleans up while she's here, I don't get it, must be a human thing) and set the house alarm before she went to work. When my playmate got here the alarm was beeping while I was doing my welcome laps and licking hello and it suddenly went crazy and started attacking my poor sausage ears! I was terrified and had to get away from that thing as fast as my little legs would take me, I ran out the door and before I knew it I'd run so far I didn't know where I was, nothing smelled right and it was just so hot out! I spent hours trying to stay out of the scary heat and find my way back, I didn't know it but No. 1 dropped everything to come look for me and spent the whole day putting up posters and trying to find me and No. 2 spent hours cycling around trying to figure out where a lost sausage would go.
I am so happy we have such great neighbours around here because someone called No. 1 when she saw me all lost and confused, I was so scared, people kept chasing me and yelling at me. I didn't know it but No. 1 said they were trying to stop me so I could find my way home. She said that people kept pointing her in the right direction and I even had a nice man keeping his eye on me to make sure I didn't hurt by the cars.
I was one smiling sausage when No. 1 finally cycled up and called my name, I've never smiled or licked so much in my whole doggone life!!! I was so happy to ride home in my basket, the last thing a hot sausage needs is more walking!
The staff and people eating their lunch at Farmer Browns where so happy for me, all the Broadsheet people were delighted and the nice men building the new bridge were so happy to see me on my way home. After a cold bath, a good long rest and a lot of cuddles of course, No. 1 and went around and took down all the posters and I even got my name called and cheers from some of the crowd at Slattery's when the recognized me from my photo!