Saturday, January 21, 2006

How We Roll

New item in development: I assume you've seen the commercial for "Doggy Steps," an item that allows your wuss-dog to climb onto your bed or couch. I'm developing what is essentially a wheelchair ramp for dogs who have lost the use of their hind legs. It's the next logical step. I will call it "The Rise Over Dog-Run."

You can already purchase it at any nearby hardware store. It's a piece of wood. But the secret formula for the length is the square root of the distance from your couch to your coffee table squared added to the height of your couch squared. This idea has been in the works since the time of the Pythagoreans.


Native Minnow said...

The more important question is why would you want your dog or cat to get up on your furniture?

flieswithoutwings said...

Is it because your pet owns the house you live in by inheretance? Or was that a rhetorical question?

Native Minnow said...

It was a rhetorical question. I've just never understood why someone would actually want to help get cat (or dog) hair all over the place. Doesn't that happen too often as it is? You should know. I'm pretty sure the jungle cat used to leave its fur all over the place.