I first made a ruckus and then sat and stared by AB Karen's VIP (Very Important Planner) so that I would be guaranteed a treat and an apology. (This technique worked.)
This next one was a little trickier. AAB Christine kept moving my treat can around and I tried to s-t-r-e-t-c-h to get my point across:
(This technique did not work because AAB Christine can be One Big Meanie. She insists I need "exercise.")
So I climbed down to the can. . .
. . . and eventually got my way. (It did take a bit of thumping about and finally flinging the treat can from the cart. . .)
Secondly (and lastly): Libraries are great resources for the community, right? We have books and DVDs and CDs and magazines and newspapers and things. We also have computers and the Internets and meeting room spaces. We have programs for small people and medium-sized people and grown-ups. We have friendly and helpful workers who will help people find out what they need or want to know. But Thorntown Public Library goes Above and Beyond the Call of Duty by offering one more resource for the Animal Community:
A gigantic water dish! (Our water dish is so classy, it has a name--"Helen at the Well.")
Snoopervisor and Protector of the Helen at the Well,
PS - No that is not me out there.
PS again - My staff reports that they are almost done with