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Hu-Dad has a lot of office help every day as he works in his study, though some of us might be slightly more helpful than others. Yesterday, we showed you how Natasha makes sure Hu-Dad doesn’t leave the office for too many breaks. Today, we demonstrate Typhoon’s special skill.
Long time readers will remember that Typhoon used to have quite the taste for envelopes. He would take them to his crate for further study. Sometimes, lots of envelopes. And once he had his supply, he would shred them.
Hu-Dad was laying on the floor watching TV. Why the floor? Well, the couches were occupied and none of us could be bothered to be moved.
Anyway, Typhoon was laying with him on the floor just behind his head. So, Hu-Dad did not hear Typhoon acquire this napkin from the end table. Nor did he hear Typhoon carefully shred it and leave it in this pile. After he finished his task, Typhoon settled beside the Hu-Dad with the quiet confidence of someone who is proud of their handiwork.
And we don’t have pictures of this next part, but Hu-Dad received a really strong signal that Natasha is much stronger and her appetite is returning to normal. Unfortunately, he also had to replace a certain chicken breast that had been thawing on the counter.
Counter surfing. A sign of a healthy Siberian Husky.
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