After my pet store visit where my human hung her mask on my head, she thought it would be fun to have me model her masks here. Don’t expect anything fancy. Her masks are pretty plain and boring. I’m sure I’ll be the most interesting part of this experiment.
Here I am, wearing the mask from the other day again. It’s in my human’s favorite color, black. It came from our state’s health insurance network. Actually they sent two, but the second one was in a color that doesn’t go with anything my human wears.
There’s a fun story behind this mask. My human got it when we dropped off her ballot. They were giving it away with the free ice cream. She had a couple of errands to run later, and she proudly wore it. If you are wondering about the cat toy attached to it (and I bet you are), it’s the only thing my human had on hand to keep the mask around my torso. She thought she was so smart to come up with that.
This mask with the cute cat print was made by a friend of my human’s. It’s actually the only interesting mask she has.
My human has a bunch of these masks. Except you usually don’t see them on her when she goes out. She usually wears them under another mask because she does not think they are terribly attractive. Plus two masks are better than one, right? The only time she wears them by themselves is when she has to answer the door, or for a worker.
This isn’t really a mask, although it was originally sold as one. But my human liked the way it looked, so she sometimes wears it over a real mask. Someone has a photo of her wearing it, and a Zorro hat, at the 99 Cent store. Don’t ask me — I wasn’t there with them.
That’s it! I hope you enjoyed my mask modeling! Now, can I have a treat?
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