Am afraid to disappoint my gentle readers but Lion City like Cat City is not teeming with lions ... It would have been great to be able to come home to Dog Woods regaling tales to the rest of the pack of how this TOP DOG and his trusty, smart side kick cornered a Lion or two and marked them out with the unique masculine TOP DOG scents of Dog Woods, but am afraid all we did was do what all laid back tourists would do, eat, shop and walk about and sniffed out and secretly marked (whee!!) the statue of the Lion City's infamous 'Mer-Lion'.
Furr-arr-wees ... begging to be whee-ed!
But I dare say, this be the highlight and downlight of my visit:- A couple of Furr-arr-wees parked in the Hoo-tel parking lot.
Hightlight because them bright beauties were screaming to be marked by this TOP DOG. As I was moseying over to get a closer sniff at these Furr-Arr-Wees and of course lift a leg to stamp my unique mark of TOP DOG of Dog Woods on those shiny wheels, the Chief (who was also our chaperone) barked a resounding-fog-horn-loud 'NOOOOOOoooooooo!!!!!'
Had it not been the loudness of her 'No' that jolted this TOP DOG out of his urge to stamp the owners of those Furr-Arr-Wees at least a couple of pee-mail each and the stares her yell drew, I would have done the deed for sure! Talk about the lost of bright red opportunites ... Ohhh, to have been able to mark those Furr-Arr-Wees would have definitely been something to bark home about. Now its only a mere 'downlight' ... :P