Merle empties the beer keg

I was going to blog-break through Christmas but couldn’t resist posting this story.

This is Merle, two Christmas seasons ago, as a Rottweiler-Lab mix Christmas puppy present to the grandkids.

And this is a Kegorator picture that I pulled off of the Internet via Best Buy. My son was the recipient of one about a year or so ago, free, via a friend of a friend.   ( Not this particular model but something similar )

While Merle is now a rambunctious two year old, when my son posted on Facebook over the weekend that Merle had emptied a half keg of beer that he’d purchased in anticipation of the upcoming holidays, while he and my DIL were at a Christmas party…..I couldn’t understand how Merle could have tipped over and emptied a keg??

It wasn’t until the next day that my DIL explained. Evidently the cat was on top of the Kegorator and Merle jumped up to play or something….pushed that lever, and the beer began to flow.

I don’t know if any of you have read the book about the dog “Marly” but this reminded me of it, and I think that Merle one-upped Marly in this incident! :)

Merry Christmas from Merle who luckily is not your dog  :)

Seriously, while they had a big mess to deal with, they didn’t even punish him…it was an accident.

Here’s hoping that your Christmas and New Years goes smoothly with no accidents :)

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21 Responses to Merle empties the beer keg

  1. Karen says:

    naughty Merle – that dog seems to keep everyone on their toes I bet! You have a Merry Christmas!!

  2. Kyle says:

    OH, my goodness! Enjoy your holiday!

  3. Sherrill says:

    I’m surprised he wasn’t super sick! Humans can die from alcohol poisoning. YIKES! Guess he was lucky.

  4. Eileen says:

    Hello, of course it was an accident. I wonder if Merle enjoyed drinking some of that beer. Cute story.
    Thanks always for your visits and comments this past year. Have a happy day and weekend ahead. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  5. barb says:

    Oh No ! how could such a sweet puppy make such a big mess.
    Merry Christmas!

  6. Oh no! When I saw “emptied” in your blog title I thought you meant he drank it! Well, that will be a good family story for years to come!
    Have a Merry Christmas. xo Deborah

  7. Robin says:

    I guess everyone wants to celebrate this time of year.

  8. Oh my gosh, Deb, how funny!! I’m sure not funny when they were cleaning it up….but I’m sure glad Merle didn’t lap up all that spilled beer! Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family, Deb!

  9. BillieBee says:

    Poor Merle….the cat did it.

  10. I had a great ‘glass’ of beer last night. :-) Hope Merle and all his family have a marvelous holiday weekend. Best to you always, Debra. :-)

  11. Joyce says:

    I’d have loved to see the look on his face when that beer started to flow….”uh oh! I am SO outta here!”

    • debralynnpugh says:

      That was the look on his face, Joyce, when Scott and Tallica got home! It was around 2:30 in the morning and he just wanted to run outside / he knew he’d done wrong but he’d not meant to. They never punished him or anything / they knew it was an accident

  12. Merle says:

    Not guilty.
    Wuz bad kat that made beer mess.
    Merle is very good boy.
    Merle prefur Chardonnay.

  13. Margie Miller says:

    Thanks for the Merry Christmas….back atcha! That dog is quite a handful! :)

  14. Kim says:

    Someone should write a book about Merle!!

  15. Lol! Pets always seem to give us something to blog about. Guess he didn’t want you to take a break ;).

    Merry Christmas Deb!!

  16. They can get into the anything…they are so curious creatures. He must have been having tons of fun to release 1/2 keg. One of the funniest stories I have ever heard. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  17. Susan says:

    Okay, I admit to laughing about this. I don’t think Merle would have understood what he was being punished over, anyway. =)

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