Zuzu Interviews: Kate James’ dogs Harley & Logan (plus a Giveaway!)

Posted January 25, 2017 by meezcarrie in Author Interview, giveaway, Kate James / 72 Comments

Hi, everyone! Zuzu here again!

Image credit: Josh Booth Photography

Stealing the laptop from Mom again to bring you an interview with two of my favorite friends/celebrity crushes. The “crush” thing may be why I dusted off my glamour shot up there, taken by my Uncle Josh.  I wanted to look my best today for Kate James’ dogs, Harley and Logan.


We know it was heart-wrenching for Mom and Dad when they had to say goodbye to their last three dogs. They didn’t think they were ready to add to their family again so soon, but we proved them wrong.

We were fourteen (Logan) and sixteen (Harley) months old when we first met Mom and Dad. We overheard them saying that we were intelligent with great temperaments, and we had those adoring chocolate-brown eyes that they couldn’t resist.

Although we’d been cared for and never abused, we’d lived our entire lives in kennels. In fact, the first time we met was when Mom and Dad decided to adopt us both. It was scary at first when we went home with them, but then we had great fun exploring the big, wide world around us and learning new things—like not running off the property and not eating toilet paper. What mattered most was that we’d found our forever home, and we make Mom and Dad happy!

Hi, Harley and Logan! I see pictures of you all the time so you guys are kinda like my celebrity crushes!

Logan: We see your pictures, too, Zuzu, and we’re thrilled to have this chance to chat with you!

Harley: And not just because we get to use Mom’s laptop.

Zuzu: That does have its perks though… *closes Petsmart online ordering window*

Mom starts all of her guests with a fast four. So I came up with my own, too!

Bones or Chew toys?

Logan: You mean you have to make a choice in your house? So, we have to ask you, why?

Harley: This is just part of our stash. Then again, we saw the picture below and thought Mom and Dad should get us each one of these…

Zuzu: That’s like … a dinosaur bone. Is that even legal?

Logan: We’d need your help, Zuzu, if we wanted to bury it. But do you bury bones? Why do dogs do that? We don’t. You can’t play with it, if you do. Then again, no one tries to take our stuff, and if they did (refer to the first picture above), we probably wouldn’t miss one or two items.

Zuzu: I bury bones in my blanket or under the couch with my sock stash. But why would you bury it in the ground? I don’t understand that at all.

Frisbees or Tennis Balls?

Harley: Tennis balls in the summer and Frisbees in the winter.

Logan: The reason is simple. The tennis balls go further when thrown from a Chuck It™. That means they’re more fun to chase, including when they, oops, accidentally, roll down into the forest at the back of our yard. In the winter, though, tennis balls disappear in the snow and we have to dive after them. We can catch Frisbees right in the air, so we don’t have to worry about shoving our heads in all that cold, white stuff.

Harley: In case you’re wondering why we have soooo many Frisbees, we like to be prepared in case Mom lets us have friends over.

Logan: That includes you, Zuzu!

Zuzu: eep! *whispers to Mom* They just invited me to THEIR HOUSE!! trying not to fangirl… Ahem. *scratches nonchalantly behind the ear* That sounds great! I’d love to come visit. But can I come during winter? I love snow and I hear you get a lot of it.

Dogs or Cats? (I mean…. Seriously…. Why does she ask this question? I’m not even going to insult you by making you give me the OBVIOUS answer.)

Psst, this is Harley. I don’t like to snitch on my brother, but he does have a C-A-T friend. Mom’s editor has two cats, and Logan regularly e-mails with his feline namesake Logan, or FL for short.

Zuzu: I’m not even sure what to say now…

Logan: This is FL’s sister, Sabrina. You must admit, she’s cute as far as cats go.

Harley: Enough said.

Zuzu: Yes… let’s move on as quickly as possible. I need to process this new information…


Harley: Squirrels. Most of the ones around here have black fur, like us.

Logan: Well, except for that gray one with the red tail.

Harley: Yeah, it’s true! As for why, birds are interesting to watch, especially when we’re indoors and a little bored, but we prefer squirrels because they’re fun to chase.

Zuzu: The squirrels here are peanut-butter colored, like me.

Behind-the-ear scratches or Belly Rubs?

Logan: Need I say more?

Zuzu: Nope.

And now for some questions that (mostly) matter….

Harley: Ummm….so, the ones we just answered were supposed to be the fast questions?

Logan: Okay. We’re ready!

Zuzu: Yeah…. I’m not sure what Mom is thinking sometimes…

Mom says that reading is her superpower and sleeping is mine. If YOU and YOUR MOM had superpowers, what would they be?

Logan: Ours is sleeping. We can do it anywhere, anytime, although it’s best if we’re snuggled together.

Zuzu: Sleeping is the best superpower to have. It really is an art form. I don’t have a sibling to snuggle with though, so I usually lay right up against (or on) Mom or I burrow under blankets with my squirrel. It’s all good.

Harley: I know! I have a superpower that Logan doesn’t. I chase butterflies!

Logan: Yish! If you ever caught one, THAT would be a superpower, but spinning around and crying like a baby when you see one is not a superpower in my books. Now, for something really cool, I can get multiple bones in my mouth at one time, and I’ve trained Mom and Dad to put peanut butter in the ends whenever I do!

Harley <grudgingly>: Yeah, that’s true. You’ll have to teach me how to train them to do something. As for Mom, she never seems to stop or run out of energy. Her superpower is that she’s like the Energizer bunny!

Logan: Did you say bunny? <running to window> Where?

Zuzu: Oh hey! If the bunny’s name happens to be Hopper, will you tell her hi for me? She was my friend on the corner but we’ve lost touch.

I recently heard this Colonial American Proverb – You will always be lucky if you know how to make friends with strange cats. What are your thoughts on this controversial statement?

Logan: Since Mom’s an author, she’s taught us words like tautology.

Harley <nodding>: Ha, ha! Yeah, that means saying the same thing twice with different words! Like “strange cats!”

Logan: But we digress. To answer your question, let’s just say that to make friends with cats takes true emotional intelligence.

Harley: Hmmm…can they help me catch butterflies?

Zuzu: Harley, my friend… I wouldn’t get your hopes up 🙂

You guys are brothers and you seem to get along well. I’m an only dog so I don’t really know what’s it like to have siblings. Though… my best friend Nici has two brothers and she complains to me about them all the time. Anyway… what do you like best about being brothers? What do you like least? Has your mom written about siblings in any of her books?

Harley: Oh, wow! You need a brother or sister, Zuzu! Doesn’t your mother know that we’re pack animals!

Zuzu: Well… I do have my bestie Nici next door. And I’ve got a cousin Kota. She’s chocolate and I’m peanut butter.  (See pic below) There’s also her sister Bella… but …. we call her “Bella from hella” so the less said about her the better.

Image credit: Josh Booth Photography

Logan: So, what I like best is never being alone and always having a soft pillow!

Harley: We have twice as many toys!

Logan: And twice as much fun! What’s not to like?

Harley: You can be our honorary sister, Zuzu.

Zuzu: Yay! Thanks, guys!

Your mom writes books. My mom reads books. If you were going to write a book, what would you call it & what would it be about?

Harley: If I was to write a book, it would be about learning to trust in love. It took me a while to truly believe that I have a forever home with Mom and Dad and Logan, they will love me no matter what, and it’s okay for me to relax and love them back. I’d call it Home to Stay. Oh, wait. Mom already used that title!

Zuzu: Awwww, Harley! That’s beautiful!

Logan (snuggles up to Harley and licks the inside of his right ear): Aww, we’ll always be here for you. So, Zuzu, I would write a book about how to train our humans. I’d call it Human Training for Dummies!

Zuzu: Can I cowrite a chapter or two? I have some insight.

Speaking of writing books, your mom has one coming out soon, doesn’t she? What’s it about? And the most important question – is there a dog in it and is the dog in danger? (Sometimes I have to cover my eyes with my paws!)

Logan: Mom’s next book comes out on March 1st. It’s called Sanctuary Cove and it has three main dog characters in it! Here they are:

Harley: Zuzu…psst…notice that there’s three of them? They’re a pack…or will be by the end of the story!

Logan: Sanctuary Cove is about Emma, who used to be a communications executive in New York. She finds her personal and professional life in shambles, and she retreats to her lakefront cabin in the Adirondack Mountains. When she stops to help an injured dog at the side of a rain-drenched road, she meets veterinarian Joshua Whitmore. You can read more about the story at the bottom of this post, but I wanted to make the point that it’s really a dog that get these two together.

Harley: Although there’s tension and conflict—as Mom says there has to be in a good book—Zuzu, I promise that Max, Theo and Winston have their own happy-ever-after ending!

Logan: Yeah, Mom can’t even watch an animal in the movies get injured; there’s no way she could not give the dogs in her stories a happy ending! Just read the first chapter really fast.

Zuzu: Oh yeah…. Mom warned me about that first chapter and told me just to cover my eyes and snuggle closer if I have to but to trust your Mom! I always do 🙂

You may know that I’ve read and reviewed your mom’s books. She captures a dog’s character and personality quite well. Do you consult with her to ensure accuracy … and if so what do you charge? (I’m asking for a…friend.)

Logan: Of course we consult, although Mom might not call it that. Sometimes we have to get a little insistent for her to listen to us.

The following picture is blurry because I had to work extra hard to get her attention. It’s an action shot! Also, I thought if I gave her some toys, she might let me do the editing.

Harley <Snickering>: “Insistent” like the time Logan really sunk his teeth into it!

Logan: I try to be a little subtler these days.

Zuzu: shaking my head… *pauses to ruffle ears*… Boys.

Harley & Logan, thanks so much for taking time to talk with me! 🙂  Before we say goodbye for today, tell us what‘s coming up next for you. What’s on your agenda up there in Canada?

Harley: Spring. And butterflies!

Logan: Yes, spring so our outdoor playtime is not limited because our paws get cold, and we can chase tennis balls again!

Harley: Zuzu, thank you for inviting us to your blog (we know it’s really yours; you just let your Mom use it!) and for all your wonderful support of us authors’ dogs. We’d love to have you visit us, but between us, you might want to wait until it’s spring.

Logan: And tail wags to everyone who stopped by! We’d love to hear from you in the comments section below.

Now that the fun is over, here’s Mom’s important information!

Kate James spent much of her childhood abroad before attending university in Canada. She built a successful business career, but her passion has always been literature. As a result, Kate turned her energy to her love of the written word. Kate’s goal is to entertain her readers with engaging stories featuring strong, likable characters. Kate has been honored with numerous awards for her writing. She and her husband, Ken, enjoy traveling and the outdoors with their beloved Labrador Retrievers, Harley and Logan.

You can connect with Kate at her website, Facebook, and Twitter.

Kate’s upcoming book, Sanctuary Cove, releases March 1 from Harlequin Heartwarming!

Can his safe haven be enough for her? 

Emma Meadows never imagined that sticking to her principles against an act of corruption by a New York senator would cost her job as VP of communications. Heartbroken, she retreats to her cottage in the Adirondacks and, in the process, rescues an injured dog that only Josh Whitmore can save.

The veterinarian works diligently to bring dog and woman back to full fighting form, until allegations against the senator become more serious. Seeing Emma’s reaction to the increasing pressure, Josh realizes that inevitably she’ll find a way back to the top…and he’ll likely lose her for good.


Here’s my Mom’s endorsement for Harley & Logan’s mom’s new book!

Once again, Kate James brings us a story rich with great characters (of both the two and four legged variety), vivid setting, nail-biting suspense, and tender romance. The chemistry between Josh and Emma is instantly palpable, and their romance is exquisitely sweet without straying into “sappy” or away from “sizzling”. This may be my favorite Kate James book yet! I’m looking forward to a return to Sanctuary Cove to catch up with these characters who already feel like friends.


Harley and Logan’s mom Kate James is giving away a copy of her book When Love Matters Most AND a K-9 series tote to one of my mom’s readers! This giveaway is open to US and Canada only. Giveaway is subject to Reading Is My SuperPower’s giveaway policies.  You can check out my thoughts (and my mom’s) on When Love Matters Most here if you want more info on the book!


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What about you? What questions or fun pet stories do YOU have for Harley and Logan (or their mom?)

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72 responses to “Zuzu Interviews: Kate James’ dogs Harley & Logan (plus a Giveaway!)

    • Knowing how Zuzu feels about cats, Harley and Logan took a bit of a risk mentioning feline Logan and Sabrina. They’re happy to know that there are others out there who like cats!

      We’re glad you enjoyed the interview, Melony, and thanks for taking the time to leave a comment!

  1. Michelle Connell

    Another fun post! You’ve given me inspiration to interview Ripley on my blog, that should be fun!

  2. Kav

    Sqqquuueallllll!!!!! I’m rolling on the floor HOWLING with laughter over this interview. Well done, Zuzu, Harley and Logan! And ADORE the pictures. I can see why Zuzu got a little swoony there for a minute.

    I don’t have a dog in my pack right now…but I am hoping to adopt an older gal or boy in the spring. A home isn’t a home without a canine fur buddy! Say, Harley and Logan — does your mom ever have trouble telling you guys apart?

    I have to hang my head in shame because I’ve never read one of your mom’s books but you three avid doggie readers have convinced me of the error of my ways. Heading over to the Harlequin website now. I totally, absolutely love, love love, books with dogs in them.

    • Carrie

      YAY! And make sure you enter the giveaway too, dear friend! You will love Kate’s books 🙂 And hooray for a new friend coming soon. Praying that works out perfectly for you

    • Oh, Kav, you just made our day! We agree that every family needs at least one dog (keep that pack thing in mind!), and there are LOTS of wonderful, deserving pups out there who need homes (like we did).

      (Mom is pretty happy, too, about you buying her books! She says “heartfelt thanks!” We’re hoping you’ll like them. Oh, and Harlequin has 20% off all Heartwarming books this month!! Use coupon code: HEARTGIFTS)

      People often ask if Mom and Dad can tell us apart. It’s easy, if you ask us. Check our bio pictures. I (Logan) have a puppy face, while Harley has that old-soul look.

      It’s me, Harley, now. Actually, Mom and Dad can tell us apart even in the dark! My coat is really shiny while Logan’s is a little coarser and curls a bit along his back. So, back to the telling-us-apart-in-the-dark part, they say my coat feels much silkier so they can tell us apart by touch!

      Kav, thanks again for the wonderful comment. We’re glad you enjoyed the post!

  3. Deana Dick

    Y”all are so smart Harley and Logan. I am a big dog lover . Do you like going on trips? I’m glad you found the perfect home and don’t live in kennels anymore.

    • Awww…thank you, Deana! We wish we’d know how to put little hearts in this comment!

      We’re glad we found a home with Mom and Dad. They really needed us. You know, to lighten up and enjoy life more. Stop and smell the bunny poop. (Oh, wait, they don’t like when we do that!)

      And, yes! We LOVE trips! We even like going to see Dr. Jacqui. She always cuddles and gives us liver treats. Granted, she pokes and prods us a bit before she does, but the cuddles and treats make it all worth while. And everyone in the place tells us that we’re the best!

  4. Hey Kate! Pam here, and I’d love to win, as you know by now. It sounds like a great story. Since I live in New York state I love reading about my “neck” of the woods . I have had numerous dog’s, cat’s, birds, and even tropical fish at one time or another. Right now all we have is a very spoiled cat! Stormy has mastered the art of teasing by going under my computer desk, turns around, and comes back out. He also loves to tap us on the arm , as if to say,” Hey, what about me? Down here, people!” The first time he did it to me I was home alone, singing, ok , ok, I know I can’t sing but I try.. anyway’s, he tapped me on the arm and I nearly jumped out of my chair! He sure got my attention as well as he got treats! We wouldn’t trade him now for all the cat treats in a store!

    • Hello, Pam! Mom’s feeling a little under the weather so she’s having a cup of tea, so I’m taking control of the laptop (carefully). She’s waving hi, though!

      We think it it’s wonderful that you’ve shared your home and your life so many critters. In our books, that makes you a wonderful person!

      Stormy sounds pretty cool, too. Maybe he’d like to write a chapter for the Human Training for Dummies book with us!

      Good luck with the giveaway, Pam!

  5. Dianne Casey

    Zuzu, Logan and Harley you are all sorts beautiful dogs. I really love dogs and had a beautiful black lab with special needs. She had two deformed back legs and she was an amazing girl. Nothing stopped her and she could do anything any other dog could do. We had ten and a half years together and I miss her every day. Would love to read “Sanctuary Cove” and look forward to more articles by the three of you.

    • Oh, Dianne, what a special girl your black Lab must have been, and how lucky for you both to have had each other.

      Logan doesn’t like to talk about it much, but he’s got an autoimmune issue that causes his nails to not grow and they split very easily. Dr. Jacqui, who we love, has helped us manage it with vitamins and Omega gummies. (I’m personally not convinced that the latter isn’t just another way he’s trained humans to give him more treats).

      If you get a chance to read one of Mom’s books, we hope you’ll enjoy it!

  6. Hello, everyone!

    This is Logan. Thank you for the warm welcome!!

    I just checked the post–you know for accuracy (not yours, Zuzu, but Mom’s)–and I found an edit! Zuzu, we answered your question about how much we charge for consulting, but it seems Mom must have deleted it. She probably wants to stay lowkey about how much she values our help. Although I must admit that our rates took a dip after my tooth got caught on the edge of her laptop screen…

    I’ll e-mail you about this, Zuzu!

    • Carrie

      Zuzu here. I figured that after the laptop incident, you probably should offer to consult for free 😉

      • Whoa! Zuz!! Who’s side are you on here! It was an ACCIDENT!! I couldn’t help my excitement because I was reading the scene in The Truth About Hope where Hope was rescuing Einstein (a dog).

        If you haven’t read that book, Zuzu, you really should. I don’t want to give anything away, but know that Hope is a HUGE animal person. When you get to that scene, you’ll understand why that ACCIDENT happened.

  7. Anne

    Wonderful post which I love. I rescued Bogie from Lap Dog rescue. He is a real sweetheart, smart, energetic and sensitive.

    • We’re glad you enjoyed the post, Anne. Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment.

      It’s wonderful that you and Bogie found each other! My husband and I can’t imagine our lives without Harley and Logan.

      Good luck with the giveaway.

  8. Connie Scruggs

    Great interview, Zuzu. You must pay good attention to your mom when she does interviews, because you did a wonderful job.
    And I really enjoyed you answers and comments, Logan and Harley. I’m especially proud of Logan for having cat friends.
    Zuzu, you need to give cats a chance. It can be nice to have a cat friend to snuggle with and wash behind your ears for you. My dog really enjoyed loving and playing with his cat brothers when he was alive.
    Our poodle, however, agrees with you. But the cats play pranks on her and hit her sometimes.

    • We’re glad you enjoyed the interview, Connie. Harley and Logan send you tail wags.

      Yes, Zuzu did a wonderful job with the interview, and Harley and Logan had a lot of fun answering the questions and sorting through all their pictures to find the ones they wanted to use.

      I’m sorry you’ve had to say goodbye to your dog. Hopefully, there’ll be another pup in your future.

      I had two huskies when I was in university and during the early part of my career. When I first brought them home, I had an older cat. The cat and pups got along great, except (Zuzu, please put your paws over your eyes for this part) the dogs–having been “raised” by a cat–remained submissive to cats for their entire lives. It was amusing to see two 75-pound dogs bow their heads a little and look away whenever a cat walked by.

      Feline Logan and Sabrina’s Mom read the post and she (the mom) pointed out to me that in the picture I used of Sabrina, Sabrina is sitting in a GIFT box. The reason she’s doing that is because she thinks she’s a GIFT to her Mom! 🙂

      Thank you for taking the time to leave your comment, and best wishes with the giveaway!

  9. Hi Kate! You are on my want to reat list thanks to Carrie’s glowing reviews. What a fun post! – Beth

    Hi Logan, Harley, & Zuzu! I have some cat friends that stay outside and they’re fun to chase sometimes. If my littlest person forgets to fill my water or food bowl I just go outside and see what the cats have. Mommy obviously loves me most because I live inside and have my own chair. Sometimes I sneak in bed with my littlest person at night because he is so warm and cuddly. -Suzie

    • Hello, Beth. I’m thrilled that Carrie likes my books and thank you for your interest. If you do get a chance to read one, I hope you do, too, and I would love to hear from you!

    • Hi, Suzie!

      This is Logan. Harley is still playing with one of the bones we get peanut butter in for dessert after breakfast, so I’m responding on my own. (I’m quicker at getting all the peanut butter out! 🙂 )

      Although I get along with cats, I think there’s an unwritten rule that says our humans have to love dogs more. After, think of all the tricks we can do while cats mostly sit there and stare. Sometimes they get creative and sit in a gift box or something like Sabrina, but they still just sit there. I have to ask you, Suzie, have you ever seen a cat do tricks? I mean good ones like catch Frisbees out of the air or pick up two bones to have their human put peanut butter in the ends? As you point out, having a cat around does have the extra benefit of more food and water.

      This is Harley. You’re soooo lucky to have a littlest person. Mom and Dad cuddle with us a lot, but it’s never in their bed. Maybe we need to talk to them about why we can’t have a littlest person. I like the idea. Maybe even better than chasing butterflies, because I bet it would be more fun chasing a little person around the yard!

      Thanks for leaving a comment, Suzi! And thank your Mom, too, please.

      Tail wags!

    • Carrie

      Zuzu here. Hi Suzie! I’ve seen your pic too. You seem like a kindred spirit. We should be friends 🙂

    • Kate- You can count on it!

      Harley, Logan, & Zuzu- Suzie is having sweet doggy dreams about all y’all right now! She’s so happy to make new friends especially without the hassle of getting a leash on and leaving the house 😉

  10. Carolsue

    My funniest cat story is about a cat I had years ago that we had to put up a “Beware of Cat” sign on the door. People laughed. Then they met him….

    • Thank you for visiting Zuzu’s . . . er, Carrie’s blog, Lynn!

      We like fancy words like “eloquent” and “etiquette.” (Knowing them shows our superiority over cats, as we haven’t seen them use words like that.)

      Oh, and thank you very much for your support of our mom’s writing, Lynn. It’s important that her books do well, so she can keep buying us new toys all the time!

  11. Andrea Stephens

    Zuzu, you did a wonderful interview! It was so nice getting to know Harley and Logan. I had a Great Uncle Harley, he looked very much like his dogs, he even drooled a little.
    My little dog used to love chasing and looking at squirrels. There was one that would go up the tree just out of his reach and would make a strange, almost barking noise at him. This caused him to vibrate. He was a good little boy. He went to doggie heaven almost 8 years ago. I miss him every day.

    Hi Kate, I’ve added this and a couple other of your books to my wishlist.
    Do you enjoy writing dogs into your stories?

    • We’re so happy you enjoyed the interview. Harley and Logan had a lot of fun with Zuzu (and are just a little in love with her!).

      I’m so sorry your pup is in doggie heaven, but I hope he’s having fun with our last three pups. In case you’d like to read a little more about how Harley and Logan adopted us, here’s a post I did not too long after they joined our family: http://heartwarmingauthors.blogspot.ca/2014/09/a-dogs-life-by-kate-james-and.html

      I smiled at your comment about your great uncle Harley drooling. Our Harley drools more than any other we’ve had, mostly when he’s excited about something.

      If you get a chance to read any of my books, I hope you enjoy them, and I would love to hear from you.

      Yes, I definitely enjoy writing animal characters into my books. I hope my readers enjoy them, too!

      Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment, Andrea!

  12. Michelle F.

    That was a fun post. I have four cats so I like seeing the picture of your cat too. I also love it when novels have animals in them.

    • Michelle F.

      I visited the First Line Friday post and replied:

      SUZANNE didn’t know how she felt about Blond Bombshell No. 4 as a hair color, but she was about to find out. Scorched Eggs by Laura Childs.

    • We’re glad you enjoyed the post, Michelle. Do your four cats all get along? I’ve found that cats can be a little more finicky about their friendships than dogs. Has that been your experience?

  13. Julie Waldron

    When I was growing up we had a Labrador Retriever named Zach. Everyday he would stand in the same spot and watch for me walking home from school. 🙂

    • Awww…that’s so sweet, Julie. Thanks for sharing.

      If Harley and Logan are apart for a minute, it’s so funny to see them reunite, as if they’d been apart for years!

      Best wishes for a terrific weekend!

      • Carrie

        i love watching Zuzu and her best friend (who lives next door) catch up on all their mutual gossip and goings on when they happen to be outside at the same time!

    • Hey, King and Runt!

      We love snow, too! In fact, we were playing Frisbee in the snow just before dinner. If we miss catching the Frisbee in the air (Mom’s fault for a bad throw), we can pounce on it and go sliding as if we were on a toboggan.

      Logan: I like climbing the snow mountains that the snowplow guy leaves on one corner of our driveway, too. So . . . what’s not to like about snow?

      Harley: I don’t like that there aren’t any butterflies for me to chase. Other than that, I love it, as well! Mom says we look cute when we come in all covered in white.

      Thanks for your question, King and Runt. Enjoy the rest of winter!!

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