My humans are so funny. Do you know that when they take me for walkies they NEVER sniff the ground? They have no idea what they're missing. Also Mommy does this weird thing with their clothes (humans wear clothes - isn't that funny?) where she stacks them up into little hills - AND SHE DOESN'T ROLL IN THEM! I mean she spends all that time making piles of clothes that smell like my favorite humans and then doesn't roll in them - what is she thinking? I've tried to help with the piling up of clothes (the faster they get piled up, the sooner I can roll in them - I'm no dummy), but I'm not sure that Mommy and I pile them up the same because she moves around the clothes I pile up into her own piles.
The other day the humans took down the tree they built in the house. If you're going to build a tree in the house, maybe you should let it grow? I tried to help them, even though I don't think trees should go into giant bags in the garage. The tree had this great thing underneath it Mommy calls a "Tree Skirt." I don't care what you call it, that thing was fun. I could smoosh myself under the tree and sit on it (OK, my big, white rear end didn't fit under the tree, but I could just stick that up in the air and wag it) or I could go all the way under the tree skirt thing. That was fun - it was like I was sneaky and no one knew where I was (except my big, white rear end was sticking up in the air and wagging). When Mommy took the wonderful tree skirt thing off the tree I helped her fold it by smashing it down with my paws. That made Mommy laugh and laugh and it sure took us a while to get it all folded (I can't imagine how much time Mommy would have taken without my help), but we finally got it all put away. I can't wait until we build the tree again and get out that tree skirt.
Well, I'm going to take a nap now. Mommy says it's going to get very cold around here soon and it's a good thing I have a thick Canadian coat. I hope you have a thick Canadian coat so you can stay warm too.