The Dog Doesn’t Die

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Saturday Miscellaney

Eddie is doing great. The place where the feeding tube went into his neck is completely healed, and there isn’t even a scar, just discolored fur, in the form of a black spot surrounded by gray:

He’s happy and energetic, and except for the difference in the shaved spots, there’s no sign there was ever anything wrong with him. But it’s going to be a while before his fur is all the same length:

So … yesterday the Washington Post wrote about soul singer Sharon Jones and her band, the Dap-Kings. I decided to check them out on YouTube, and they are amazing. Amy Winehouse “borrowed” the Dap-Kings for one of her albums, but even with them behind her, she’ll never be as good as Jones. Turn up the volume and enjoy! And not only is Jones a powerful singer, she’s also a talented pianist.

For something completely different, check out Where the Hell Is Matt? , which is one of the hottest YouTube videos circulating right now. It will make you smile. Enjoy!


August 9, 2008 - Posted by | cats, humor, pets, travel, YouTube/music | , , , , , , , , ,


  1. I am so glad to read that Eddie is doing so good!!

    Comment by Rusty | August 21, 2008 | Reply

  2. Hi! I am so glad that eddie is doing better! I have a cat on tube feeding as well currently. She has Fatty Liver. I was wondering if you could answer some questions I had about it? It would be a lot help and give me a peace of mind. Thanks!


    Comment by Heathee | October 5, 2008 | Reply

  3. hi i am glad that eddie is doing well. I have a question for you i have a 20 month old rottweiler when i purchased him off a friend of mine he was on a chain for a couple months this was sept of 2007. Since then his neck has been discolored like eddies now is there anything i can do for that , or will it stay like that. Sometime it looks like it is getting better and sometimes looks like i is getting worse. what do yo suggest for it. I have pics for it if u would like to see.
    thanks so much for your time.

    Comment by Attilio | October 27, 2008 | Reply

  4. Love it! I saw this great video on SF Iam where the reporter goes to Seattle to try and track down Internet and You Tube sensation Matt Harding of Where the Hell is Fame:

    Find out the origins of Matt Harding’s fancy dance that has become a global InterWeb craze. Man, this guy has been fancy dancing all around the world for 5 years now, spreading happiness!

    Also, SF Iam has a lot of other great videos you should check out.

    Comment by Jess | November 29, 2008 | Reply

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