“Hey Karen! Hey Karen! Hey Karen! Hey Karen! Hey–”
Iggy, I’m standing right here.
“Oh. Yeah. Hi.”
“I was watching a thing on the news before about prisoners working with dogs.”
So that’s why you were barking. Those dogs on TV aren’t actually here, you know.
“What? Um… yeah! I know that! I was just… practicing. For when I really meet real dogs. That are really here. Not like the ones on TV. ‘Cause those aren’t really here. I know that!”
“Anyway, I was watching it, and it seems like a nice idea.”
It is. It’s supposed to help the prisoners with rehabilitation, along with helping the dogs. A very good idea.
“Yeah. Anyway, since I’m a prisoner, I want a dog.”
You’re not a prisoner, you’re a patient.
“I’m behind bars. I’m a prisoner.”
Whatever you say, Iggy.
“I want a dog to work with.”
You’re a handful on your own. I don’t think another–
“A mini poodle.”
“Between one and two years old.”
You’re not getting a–
“About 15 pounds.”
I just said–
“Female, of course.”
You are not–
“–pretty ribbons in her fur–”
“–a poofy little butt–”
“–and all these shaved bits–”
Stop or no more painkillers.
“Great. Now I have no future. When I get out of here and knock over a liquor store and end up right back inside, it’s your fault.”
8 thoughts on “Iggy, arch criminal.”
you are the funniest pup ever…. and I like the idea with the liquor store, that’s the way you will get your own dog :o)
No, he’s not getting a poodle. I’m not giving in to his threats. 🙂
Yeah, he’s a little weird about poodles.
He cracks me up!
Tell Iggy that those groomed little poodles aren’t in his league. He’d get bored and then they’d be stuck in the same jail cell together.. 😉
He says he’s strong, and he can take it.