Since then, she has had a few adventures. Such as going for a swim. Or chasing pigeons, avoiding aggressive terrier mix types and dining out. And buying her first Christmas tree.
And now, a year-end message from her owners.
Kita has had a marvelous first East Village holiday. She got some neat presents but none have impressed her as much as the ever more esoteric doggie snacks she gets from that fancy pet food shop on East 9th Street. Her favorite is some sort of a yak milk bar she guards jealously. We’ve tried discussing the carbon footprint of imported yak milk but she is so far unimpressed.
After being shut in during the hurricane, Kita was delighted to go back out into the light of day and exercise her right to vote.
She was a bit dismayed by the long lines but had nothing to compare it as this was her first time voting in this district. We’re pretty sure she voted straight ticket for the Working Families Party but she’s reluctant to disclose that publically given she’s still mulling a run for CB3.
Kita wishes everyone a happy and healthy New Year. And may it be filled with yak milk chews!
On the next episode: Kita attends her first CB3/SLA meeting, and receives dirty looks when she barks out loud upon hearing an applicant say "We just want the license to pair wine with our homemade peanut brittle."
Previously on EV Grieve:
The further adventures of Kita the Wonder Dog of East 10th Street
The further (often truly) amazing adventures of Kita the Wonder Dog of East 10th Street