Snuggles and Zaza share their impression of their first ever visit to Nana-Nani's House, peppering it with what they have learnt about conventions. They discover immense possibilities in the five tips they share about being at Nani's House. Though, by the end they still haven't figured out who Rock Hudson is!
SnuZa borrow prose from a monthly to express their warmer feelings for humans, good-hearted that they are.
As Snuggles and Zaza grow and observe more carefully the world around them, they are exasperated at human follies. They express their anger and use their canine charter to prove which species is truly evolved.
Snuggles and Zaza learn about similes. Finding human-made similes boring, they devise their own. Take their quiz to find out if you are as intelligent as they are - or as adorable.
Snuggles and Zaza, bored like a human teen is supposed to be, come up with innovative ideas on how to use that boredom as a stimulus to create some fun moments.
Perturbed by a pigeon dying because of the heat, Snuggles and Zaza wonder about life and death in nature and death due to human folly. Eventually, they prefer to believe in human kindness rather than be disillusioned by human stupidity.
SnuZa try to fathom the human brouhaha over elections and what they would do if the Universal Adult Franchise extended to them. Yet, human complexities and selfishness leave them mystified.
Snuggles and Zaza move into their second summer and narrate how they are handling it.
Zaza and Snuggles provide some tips from their handbook on being a true pooch, a compilation of wise observations to mark their first birthday.
Zaza and Snuggles are on the warpath. They snap and snarl at each other, saying things any pair of siblings will identify with (although their angry words are more for siblings above 13!) Who wins this bitch fight?