Then and Now: 7

You probably know by now that I have mastered the art of Zuluism. I’m sure my learning was speeded up by Ms. Zulu’s excellent example.  So I would like to thank her for being such a great role model as upper queen of Zuluism. She even did a great interview on the subject, way back when I wasn’t born yet. One of her best quotes: “become one with your pillow and let your worries melt away”. Of course, my best friends Ducky I (R.I.P.) and Ducky II also helped me to get where I am today.

Here are some pictures of how I practiced and perfected the art. It looks easier than it is. Just try it. As you can see you can use different poses, they are all good. Don’t be shy.


Sleeping with best friend Ducky I (11-7-15)

ZzstateI’ve now mastered the art of Zuluism (11-28-16)

IMG_4877Ducky II quickly became my best friend too (2-10-17)

Ms Zulu.JPGMs. Zulu, my mentor: “let your worries melt away”

Happy lazy Sunnyday, B

Zuluism in Practice

Ssshhhh….Benji is practicing Zuluism after a morning of intense focus and dedication (okay read playing hard) at doggy day care.  We believe he is getting better and better. This type of meditation is bound to be helpful in Benji’s therapy dog practice. And practice makes purrrfect! On that note, Ms. Zulu reports that she is now convinced that there is such a thing as the P-state, short for Purrring-state. Previous research hinted at this and Andy the Cat has now proven that it does exist in feline species. However, there is still doubt that the P-state exists in canine species.  A research proposal for a treat-grant has been submitted to ABC (Academy of Brave Canines).  

Zzstate.JPGP.S. Be on the look out tomorrow for a rerun of the interview between Ms. Zulu and the two cats Andy and Dougy.

Benji’s assistants.