Pets of Transport – Meet Karlie!

Even if she could count, it seems this week’s Pets of Transport wouldn’t even notice that she has a missing leg! But that’s not the only thing that makes her totally pawesome, Karlie proves that tri-pawd doggos can have just as much fun as their four legged counterparts.

Pets of Transport: What does your human do at Transport?

Karlie: My human is Yiling Tian who works as a Management Account in the TSS Month End team. She says that she is a bean counter, which sounds like a difficult job because I don’t have opposable thumbs and I can’t count.

PoT: What’s the strangest or most interesting thing your human does?

K: She always says that I look hungry. Lady, I haven’t had anything for a whole hour, of course I’m hungry! Since I lost one of my legs to cancer earlier last year, my human decided that I need to lose some weight so it’s easier on my joints. I told her that I lost a whole kilo and she said that the missing leg’s weight doesn’t count. I’ve been on this horrid diet where my human only feeds me two meals a day, on top of my fish oil and joint supplements. Someone please help me dial the numbers for RSPCA to report abuse – I think I’m perfect the way that I am!

PoT: What do you get up to while your human is at work?

K: In this household we take naps very seriously so I try my best to squeeze in my 8 hours of day naps. Occasionally I would chase and bark at the mailman but most days I just let them go unharmed.

PoT: Thanks for chatting with us today!

Even if she could count, it seems this week’s Pets of Transport wouldn’t even notice that she has a missing leg! But that’s not the only thing that makes her totally pawesome, Karlie proves that tri-pawd doggos can have just as much fun as their four legged counterparts.

Pets of Transport: What does your human do at Transport?

Karlie: My human is Yiling Tian who works as a Management Account in the TSS Month End team. She says that she is a bean counter, which sounds like a difficult job because I don’t have opposable thumbs and I can’t count.

PoT: What’s the strangest or most interesting thing your human does?

K: She always says that I look hungry. Lady, I haven’t had anything for a whole hour, of course I’m hungry! Since I lost one of my legs to cancer earlier last year, my human decided that I need to lose some weight so it’s easier on my joints. I told her that I lost a whole kilo and she said that the missing leg’s weight doesn’t count. I’ve been on this horrid diet where my human only feeds me two meals a day, on top of my fish oil and joint supplements. Someone please help me dial the numbers for RSPCA to report abuse – I think I’m perfect the way that I am!

PoT: What do you get up to while your human is at work?

K: In this household we take naps very seriously so I try my best to squeeze in my 8 hours of day naps. Occasionally I would chase and bark at the mailman but most days I just let them go unharmed.

PoT: Thanks for chatting with us today!

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