I met a guy at the store, and he wanted to talk about the movie, Stuart Little. For those who haven't seen it, it is an older movie (1999) in which a family adopts a mouse. There was one family member who did not approve of the adoption, and that family member was the cat. This movie annoyed me because they had Stuart driving a car. Before I go any further, just how fair is it that they let a mouse drive around in a car when dogs aren't allowed to drive? Or so my humans have told me when I get behind the steering wheel. Dogs are much better drivers than mice. I realize that Stuart was not actually driving the car, but it was being driven by his stunt double who was a rat. A mouse could never drive a car because his back paws are not long enough to reach the pedals. It is good to have a stunt double. I have one named Phantom Fast Snowdog. The studios do not want me to take any risks when doing a film. I can see their point--I'm way too valuable!
For those who want my movie review, I give this movie 4 paws up. On the human movie scale it would be a 7 out of 10.
Demon Flash Bandit (Dog Who Wants to Drive)