Sad Day for BibleOutlines.com

Scooter (beloved pet of the Apple family) says his goodbyes to Solomon (beloved pet of the webmaster who has faithfully worked behind the scenes to facilitate this...
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Scooter Applying for Passport

Our pet dog Scooter was all excited yesterday about the inaugural flights of Pet Airways.  Even though the service only has five initial destination cities, he anticipates rapid expansion as his buddies come onboard.  This service that includes such amenities as a Pet Lounge (where you wait for your flight), pre-boarding walks and bathroom breaks is a definite upgrade over adjusting to dark...
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Cell Phone Chirping Drives Scooter Nuts

Our dog Scooter would like to register one of his Pet Peeves.  Whenever my cell phone chirps to alert me of an incoming text message he goes crazy.  Just today my older daughter called me to inquire what was wrong with Scooter.  He had a crazed expression on his face and was following Jenny all over the house.  I quickly recognized the symptoms and had her turn off my cell...
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Canine Heroics Starting to Sound Fishy

Solomon and Scooter are not earning their keep according to some of the incredible stories being related on the news these days.  I grew up with Rin Tin Tin and Lassie as my two favorite dog heroes — so I am certainly open to the possibility of dogs performing some fantastic rescues.  But this latest sensational account of someone’s pet pooch performing the complicated...
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Solomon and Scooter Miss Out on Pet Blessing

Some dogs are just not as fortunate as others. Solomon and Scooter are lamenting the insensitivity of their narrow-minded, fundamentalist owners who take such a literal view of Scripture that they see no justification for participating in Pet Blessing Day. Pets of many Roman Catholic owners were much more privileged as they had the presiding priest sprinkle them with holy water and pronounce all...
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Scooter Sounds Off

As I backed out of the driveway this morning to head off to the coal mines (that would be work), I couldn’t help but notice Scooter – perched on top of the couch – taking it all in before snuggling back down for some more shut-eye. At that point, the life of a dog didn’t seem all that bad. I had to wonder who was getting the better deal in this relationship – the...
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