Who is the real “Lucky Otter” and why you should care

Last Christmas, I sent my son, who loves otters, one of these little critters I found online.

riverotter

I thought he was so cute I ordered another one for myself.    My son named his “Alfonso” and he has actually dressed him in little clothes and then tweets the photos from different locations.   Yeah, he’s a total dork.   Here’s “Alfonso” protecting a smartphone.

alfonso
Touch this phone and I’ll rip your face off.

Yeah, I know.   It  sort of reminds me of the guy who kidnapped someone’s garden gnomes, took them on a trip around the world, and sent the owners photos of the stolen gnomes in exotic settings such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, London’s Big Ben, The Great Wall of China, and under the arches at the Mickey D’s in Podunk, Iowa.

travellinggnome
Don’t step any closer. It might be possessed.

So anyway.  I couldn’t think of a name for my guy, but there’s a restaurant in town named “Lucky Otter.” Otters are not on the menu, but Cali-style burritos are.  The logo, inexplicably, is two conjoined dachsunds that look vaguely reminiscent of “CatDog,” of the ’90s era Nickelodeon cartoon.

catdogluckyotterlogo

The important thing is, my fuzzy little guy is otterly delighted not only with his name, but to have an entire blog named after him.

4 thoughts on “Who is the real “Lucky Otter” and why you should care

  1. LOL, cute! I cannot explain cat-dog at the Lucky Otter. That’s just too funny.

    We have some really adorable river otters where I live, the real kind, and sometimes they stop to cross the street. They’re very entertaining to watch.

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