May 2nd 2006
I came home from work tired and hungry only to see him happily pee-ing on my 350Rps Bata sandals.
What? Who? How? When?
"Two men came on a scooter and gave him to your sister Su" said my mom
How dare she get him! And how dare he pee on my 350Rps Bata sandals! I vowed never to talk to him for the rest of my life
I managed to keep my promise for just 1 day.
His soft tongue, those soft paws that went pit-pit-pit when he scampered around the house, and his small tail which formed the cutest question mark ever, melted my heart. He was throughly adorable and totally irresistible.
'Lets call him Surbramani, like the dog in Moondram pirai', said I
'You name your kid that' said Su and proceeded to give him a very English name- Brutus.
She never really uses that name, "kutta, appu, dodda, domma, appi, appanna..." are more like his names!
Brutus (or kutta, appu, dodda, domma, appi, appanna) turns 3 today. He is no longer that cute small dog, he has grown like a big fat cow!
I really wanted to send him something , I ruled out toys, because he tears them to pieces in just an hour (I ain't going to waste my money for that!) and decided to do something I am good at- BAKE! Yes people, I actually spent an hour or so searching for vegetarian dog biscuits recipe and found a suitable one.
Vegetarian Peanut Butter Doggie Biscuits:
1.5 C wheat flour
1 C maida
1/2 C oats
1 C vegetable broth
1/2 C peanut butter
Mix all the ingredients to a smooth dough. Roll it out and cut using a cookie cutter. Bake at 350F for 30 minutes. Cool and say BOW!
Ehhh..no this is not going to Click! And we didn't taste this- its going straight to Brutus! If Su sends me a picture of him relishing these, I will definitely post it.