Light of Mystery
Exhibit A: Dog. Mellow dog with light.
The light is a flattened sphere of plastic, inside of which is an LED bulb that cycles through a few colours when it’s turned on. It is not habitually turned on while in the house. This is for evening and pre-dawn walks, when it’s useful to be able to find one’s dog in a good-sized off-leash dog park.
Question: Why is Indie’s light on? Clearly she can’t manage it. It’s so stiff I have to use both hands and press like crazy with two thumbs to turn it on. This is simply not happening by accident. An idle knock into a piece of furniture would not do it. Even if she rolled on it, or scratched it, that thing wouldn’t turn on.
Exhibit B: Two dogs. Mellow dogs, on bench. Mellow, un-lit dogs.
and a closer look…
Chomp. Click. We have RED.
And blue. Mystery solved.
Well, all except for the “why is my small dog so weird?“, which will likely remain unsolved.