One in Every Crowd

No matter how hard a group tries to have all of its members act in the same way, there is always one in every crowd who has to be a little different. For example, Hu-dad was working hard yesterday (like every day) to achieve a “Tired Sibe is a Good Sibe” by taking us on multiple walks. Let’s check in on the results.

Security Chief Kiska

Security Chief Kiska certainly seems to be very relaxed.

Snores from Cheesewhiz

Nothing but snores from Cheesewhiz.

So the rest of The Herd was napping just like this, right? Well, maybe not everyone.

fluff pillow

This ground does not fluff as well as my pillow at home.

bite into submission.

Maybe if I just bite it into submission.

standards of comfort

Hey, I have standards of comfort before I can nap.

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