Wilson’s World

They say dogs are child substitutes. Why wouldn’t they be? They’re cute, they learn to go to the toilet outside without requiring the assistance of an Oxford educated tutor and they never bring girlfriends back at two in the morning. Parents love their own children but secretly hate everyone else’s, but dog owners love ALL dogs. Wilson is available for hugs (it doesn’t bother him, whatever the newspapers say), and any other child substitute activities apart from teeth brushing (he hates that).

Wilson’s World is the story of a Notting Hill dogebrity written by journalist and multimedia artist Helen Kirwan-Taylor. helenkirwantaylor

 

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