Well, folks it seems that I’m famous. Yes, I know, I’m only five months and people are already clamoring for my attention. Just today I was told that I was needed for an interview, so of course I said yes. I fluffed up my fur, put on my best collar, and sat down for the interview you will now read…I tell you, it’s not easy to be me.
Human Interruption: Hello everyone, this is Molly, listen Emmi would like to make you think that some grand magazine or newspaper has asked to interview her. Well, that’s not true. The only person wanting to interview her is me, yes, me. Anyway, just thought I should clear that up. Still you should see Emmi, I’ve never seen a dog tease her fur that way…
Interview with Emmi Lou Petrey:
Molly: Emmi, thank you for joining me today.
Emmi: Well, dahlin’ it’s for the fans
Clearly, she’s let the “fame” go to her head
M: Okaaay, um tell us what you’ve been up to these days.
E: Well dear, the usual just eating and sleeping and making every one’s day a bit bright at the offices of Mountaineer Heating and Cooling.
M: Well it sounds like you’ve been busy. What is going on at the offices of MHC?
E: Well, dahlin’ we’ve been up to our elbows in Maintenance Membership Agreements, they’re the latest fashion you know.
M: Really? I did not know that. Tell me more about them.
E: It’s simply the rage! The rage I say!
M: Ok, I think we’ve go that. Now, could you please tell me about them?
E: Well, honey they’re all about keeping you and your family comfortable and safe. It ensures that you will not have to worry about your comfort system. You can know that it is running at its maximum efficiency.
M: Well, that sounds very interesting. Do you personally have a Maintenance Membership Agreement?
E: Do cats like catnip? Oh honey, of course I have one. I’m thankful I have one too, especially after this past winter. Not only did the winter wind do damage on my skin and fur, it kept my comfort system running extra hard all the time. That can really wear one down.
M: So it’s important to have your system serviced after it’s been working extra hard?
E: Yes! A million times yes! Not only is it important, it’s advised from the Manufactures themselves! That’s a big deal, honey.
M: Well, Ms. Petrey, you’ve certainly given us a lot to think about.
E: That’s what I do best, dahlin’.
M: Thank you for your time, and information.
E: Don’t mention it, sweetie. It’s my job…
M: Yes, well I think it’s time you be going.
E: Are you kicking me out?
M: No, just telling you gracefully to leave.
E: Oh, well thank you! Thank you evah’ so much!
M: You’re welcome.
And that ends my interview with Molly, it was a grand experience, one that I’ll never forget.