DOGSPEAK: Netflixated

So I've been thinking...

Wouldn't I, Smidgey T. Dog, make a good Netflix series?

Seriously.

I watch Netflix and I read the descriptors for the shows.

I. Am. All. The. Adjectives.

(Not sure if I should be flattered or offended by the term offbeat...)

You KNOW I'm all three of these!
 

*blushing*

I'm ready for my debut!

*I am a rescue dog from a puppy-mill. When I joined my family I had already had a litter of puppies and I was only a puppy myself!

**I was in the coyotes mouth until Colleen interrupted the kidnapping dognapping attempt. The coyote dropped me and I am here to tell the tale!

***Humans.

Elisabeth at Unexpected Intersections is hosting this week's Poetry Friday fun...join us!

11 comments:

Elisabeth said...

Smidgey is a superstar - so much personality in such a tiny package! What a clever source of inspiration for a poem. Smidgey's Dogspeak posts always make me smile. Thanks for sharing them with us!

Anonymous said...

Sweet. Adorable. Fun. 100% enjoyable!

Anonymous said...

Not sure why I came up as anonymous. It’s Rose Cappelli

Tabatha said...

You've convinced me! And wow, Colleen really came through with the dognapping rescue!

mbhmaine said...

Smidgey has made a pretty compelling argument! She's had some big adventures for such a small dog-- That coyote experience must have been more than a little scary for everyone involved!

Carol Varsalona said...

Bridget, Smidgey can become the next best Netflix comedic show. The reality poem is a great ad for Smidgey. Who knew she was a mama.-Carol V.

Robyn Hood Black said...

What a huge life all compacted in that little canid! And still going strong, with reality TV stardom on the horizon & all .... (Our wee Rita sends doggie paw-bumps.)

Linda Mitchell said...

Yes. Yes, I would totally watch The Smidgey Show! My goodness, what a life this dog has already lived.

Mary Lee said...

All. The. Adjectives. As Linda said, what a life! Give that dog some CHEESE!!

Michelle Kogan said...

Yes I'm onboard for "The Smidgey Show" just let me know the dates… Love your feel-good poem Bridget, Smidgey seems pretty close to woof-ection, thanks!

Heidi Mordhorst said...

Hee hee I have sometimes thought that the adjectives were far better entertainment than the feature they describe! For me the greatest revelation here is that Smidgey identifies as female. I really thought you were a dude, Smidgey--sorry for my assumptions!

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