Dear Bacon – We heard about your mission in life on becoming a Super Hero and wanting a cape. I think me and my brother will start a petition for you. With enough signatures, I think we can get your mom to get you at least dressed for the occasion. Super hero powers are something that you are born with. We’ve read enough of your blog to know that with enough thrust, you can fly. So, you’re half way there our friend. Signed Batdog and Robin
Dear Batdog and Robin – Thanks my friends! Ya’ll look totally awesome in your outfits. I am so working on mom for my cape. I could use all of the help I can get!
Dear Bacon – Don’t believe everything you read. Having a cape isn’t always the best thing in the world. My humans make me wear this cape and then make me sit in the corner. Why? Ask me why piggy? Because I got so excited with my cape that I might have tinkled on the carpet. What did they expect? So, they sat me in the corner with my cape on for time out. How embarrassing! Take it from me little guy. Don’t whizzle with excitement. Signed Super Tinkle
Dear Super Tinkle – I’m so sorry my friend. That look on your face says everything. At least they could have removed your cape before putting you in time out. What super hero gets put in time out? Having a cape is exciting. I really can’t tell how I will act. But, thanks for the heads up to contain myself – whizzle and all.
Dear Bacon – Be very specific in what you ask for in a cape. I too always wanted one. I just should have been a little more specific in the details. You know like, nothing over my head. Save that material to cover my goodies. I mean really. What super hero is out there with his goodies showing? I feel like a pervedog. Help. Signed Spider Perve
Dear Spider Perve – WOW – thank you so much my little friend. I really never thought about specifics in my cape. You are so right. I really need to be detailed on what I want in a cape. Okay – nothing on the piggy head but covering the bottom half – got it. Yeah, you are so right my friend!
Dear Bacon – Okay, I like turtles and I play with them in my back yard. Yes, I wanted to be a Super Hero. Where in the world did I go wrong with my parents? Why would they dress me like a TMNT (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle) and think that was what I wanted in my Super Hero outfit? Really? Learn from me pal, have an open conversation with your humans. Signed Turtle Dog
Dear Turtle Dog – Does it help that you look cute and adorable? Okay, maybe that doesn’t help but you do. Personally, I wouldn’t go for the mask but at least your goodies are covered – snorts. And hey, the shell on your back could be a good thing. Just think if you fall, you have the comfort of some padding. I do appreciate the heads up my friend.
Dear Bacon – Just remember, Super Hero’s come in all shapes and sizes – not just dogs and cats. We can ALL be a Super Hero in some fashion. My humans got it right in my cape. It actually gives me just a tad bit of room to grow in. It’s so roomy that I can move. That’s important when you are doing your ninja kicks. I hope you get your cape soon my friend. Fly with Confidence! Signed Super Piggy
Dear Super Piggy – Thanks my friend. You are so full of confidence and that really inspires me. It reminds me of an old saying that my mommy says all of the time, “Bloom where you are planted.” I guess that could mean us anipals as well, huh? Keep up the great work my little Super Hero. Hope to see you flying in the skies soon.