My role involves making people happy. I make people happy in a number of ways. I love making people happy but in doing so, I must really look after myself. Indeed, I need to be in my prime happiness mode for my adoring peoples. So how do I do that? My skin is an important part of me feeling and looking my best. It’s not all about white fluff, and cuteness you know! White fluff ball skin care is highly important to me. Underneath that ball of fluff, I have very delicate and pink skin, which must be looked after.
My diet is the first place to start. I survive on a regime of yummy, but generally nutritious food. Chicken is extremely important to me! One day, I will explain my theory of chicken in the bank, but that’s not relevant here. Chicken, along with plenty of water keeps me in tip top condition. In fact, my personal servant, my mum Dr Saliba, reminds me constantly to drink more water. “Max, go and drink more water” she tells me. She knows what’s best for me and my skin and I dutifully trot along and lap up that lovely H2O.
My nan and pop think it’s hilarious that I drink on demand. Little do they know, I am more than happy to, as it keeps my skin clear, and moisturised! I would prefer to drink when I’m told, rather than have to take care of my pinkness after it gets all dry and itchy. I do love a good scratch though – there is nothing like a good scratch and clean – although, that may be a little embarrassing for mere humans to have to do that every day, but for little white fluff balls, it is heaven! So, my advice for you humans, is don’t get caught short needing to roll on the floor scratching your ears or face, and never need to have to clean yourself whilst lying on the ground in the middle of the street. Great for Max, not great or you!
Skin Care and Vices
I do have my vices though, like all humans! I love going for walkies in the sun. That does cause a problem though with my fair coat and pink skin! I do minimise this though by getting way too tired when walking in the sun, and have to be picked up and carried home after a short distance, that generally keeps me in the shade of my mum, and the nasty sun, doesn’t get to me! Now, I do realise that is not an option for mere humans. Max’s advice is, stay out of the sun unless you can be picked up after a short while when you’re tired and put in a little bag, out of the harmful UV! Not really practical for humans though.
My other vice is cake… mmmm…. Mmmmmm….. cake… CAKE!! I have been told so often that it isn’t good for me, I mean, since when have you seen the Chief Happiness Officer break out in doggy pimples after eating cake. I am told though, that some foods, if you have too much of it, can cause pimples in humans, but, as a furball, will not worry about that too much as cake is just so amazing, besides, I always have Dr Saliba to tell me when I’ve had enough. Unless you have Dr Saliba with you all the time, I would advise, not to eat too much cake as it could play havoc with your skin too!
My final thoughts for the day are this. If you don’t have my mum, Dr Saliba with you all day, and every day, or my nan and pop – who are really good at keeping me in shape, in order to feel your best, your skin needs to be in tip top condition. Healthy white fluff and pink skin is so important to making me happy, and then in turn, I can do my job as chief happiness officer. My advice is this, If you’d like your skin to be as good as mine (well I know it probably can’t be as cute as mine), then you too can have my mum, Dr Saliba on your side, and helping you feel as great as I do, and you won’t need to lay on the floor scratching or cleaning yourself in Coles!