An almost year-end message from the proud parents of Kita the Wonder Dog of East 10th Street
Kita the Wonder Dog of East 10th Street has been thoroughly enjoying her second holiday season in the neighborhood this year. Times are lean around these parts so less of Holiday Tree wonder but an intense focus on tennis balls and she LOVES, LOVES, LOVES the snow.
As much as the snow it seems she has intently focused on tennis balls. She is less into the Tompkins Square Park dog run these days (though she remains a frequent visitor there to do her business) but has developed a taste for the East River Park. She was recently busted there for being “off leash” but she remains a devoted fan. Mostly because she has developed an important collection of stray tennis balls she collects there voraciously.
She (and we) send all of her neighbors the warmest of holiday wishes. Xo
On the next episode: Kita is curious why only Grain-Free Chicken Meal Formula Dry Dog Food is available at this New Year's Eve buffet.
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
Happy holidays from Kita the Wonder Dog of East 10th Street
Kita the Wonder Dog of East 10th Street has her first ever annual checkup
Too cute! I love her!!
I'd be as proud if I had a tennis ball collection like that!
One day Kita will think back to this halcyon era when the snows were heavy and the used tennis balls were plentiful.
Kita....it's Sheba from over in Washington Square Park......shhhh.....shhhh.....THEY might hear.....we both know what's INSIDE those tennis balls.....your secret is safe with me.....pick up is still set for New Years Eve.....no, no, I don't need any help with that......you just keep them busy for a couple of hours.....yeah, do that thing where you keep trying to drag the tree out to the curb.....they LOVE that move......"sooooo cute".....
I love Kita. Three cheers for rescues, three more for beautiful mutts, and another three for the humans who love them! May the new year bring Kita, and our other four-legged neighbors, many tennis balls and rats to chase!
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