This week we decided to join DashKitten.com’s #DKVideo challenge. We used iMovie for the first time to edit, splice, and add sounds and transitions to some iPhone videos of a game of catch. Personally I still think cell phone photos and videos are poor quality and grainy, but I did really enjoy using the slow-mo feature. And for the record, Sadie is awesome at catching her ball. All failed attempts at catching are totally the fault of the camera woman (me) and my lack of aim – it’s surprisingly hard to take videos and throw a ball at the same time.
Please enjoy our slow motion montage, entitled The Game of Catch!
Sadie has been enjoying Shark Week by spending some quality time with her shark bed. She played catch from the comfort of her pink shark. She buried a bone or two beneath the fluffy pink jaws. And of course she had quite a few naps. Clearly she was not happy that the puparazzi interrupted this particular nap time.
Today is Mad Hatter Day and Sadie has picked out the perfect hat! This fun holiday, created in honor of the numbers written on the hat of Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter, encourages everyone to wear a silly hat all day. Who can resist smiling and laughing on a day when your co-workers, classmates, and even your pets walk around in crazy headgear? Sadie chose this lovely top hat with bunny ears to wear today. We were both all smiles while Sadie played catch in her Mad Hatter Day outfit.
Sadie considers herself an expert athlete, especially when it comes to playing catch. So today she wanted to share a few words of advice to her fellow athletes from around the world who are giving it their all in the Olympic Games.
“The only sure way to succeed in any ball related sport is to make sure you keep your eyes on the ball!” – Sadie the Yorkipoo.
Sadie is not a very jumpy dog. She doesn’t even like to jump on or off the couch or bed. And that is just fine with me, because I know too many dogs who hurt themselves landing wrong. But one thing does make Sadie jump, and that is catching one of her little squeaky balls.
This post is part of the Pet Photo Challenge hosted by Six Legs Are Better Than Two.