I moved into Eastmark a few months ago with my human family. So far, the place is great.
I like the lush green grass and trees in the parks. I wasn’t sure what to expect at first. I mean their mascot is a dog. Can you believe it, a D-O-G. A little white one named Oscar. I suppose he’s cute if you like that sort of thing. I prefer slightly more intelligent animals like myself.
I’ve met quite a few well-traveled furry friends around Eastmark. They come from all over the Valley. We trade stories at the parks and on the porches of how we moved here. Most of us have been here for just a few months, so we’re still getting to know the place and each other.
It’s a pretty awesome place to live if you’re a pet. The community is full of love for paws of all sizes and shapes. The parks even have those stations with the bags for dog waste.
Walking along the fence line the other day, it occurred to me that Eastmark is definitely feet friendly. My paws don’t ache after a nice long walk. Better yet, my human mom hasn’t gotten mad at me for tracking dirt in the house.
Warning to all you fur friends in the hood: there are some vagabond animals in the area. You can hear them at night. You should ask your family to bring you in at night for safe keeping. I hear these animals can jump fences…and if they are hungry enough, they may go after a pleasantly plump feline like me.
And watch out for all the bikes on the road too. It’s funny, just the other day I saw a dog in a basket on an orange bike. Come to think of it, I see those orange bikes everywhere. I stuck my tongue out at the dog. I don’t think he saw. His eyes were closed, and the wind was blowing in his face. It did look like he was having a good time – for a dog, anyway..
Eastmark is paws down a purrfectly awesome place to live.
What else do you think is awesome? Check out our previous post – we think food is awesome.
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