"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
Naughty Mary, puppies get into so much trouble.Adore the photo so beautiful.cheers, parsnip
One of our pups learned to pogo. After one nightmarish yet strangely amusing incident we had to remember to keep the toilet lid firmly shut....
Oh dear! And I'm trying to deal with a kitten and a constantly streaking toddler! X
Oh a cat flap. I am grateful we don't have one....otherwise our darling 5.5 month old would be in and out and in and out....you get the idea I am sure. Nice bird.
no cat flaps in this house!
Mary is clearly a bright little pup! What fun you are going to have with her! Loved the pic you shared. Please tell us how the Prof got on at the awards ceremony.
He was runner up in his catagory
That is wonderful news! Congratulations!
Sweet little puppy - you could just tell from the first look at her and the way she was fighting Winnie for that toy that she was a very sharp little whippersnapper!And the sweet bird picture....what a joy! That's what I call eye candy :) Thank you!
Your humility is impressive JG. Other bloggers would have been bragging madly about winning a very prestigious quizzing award on such a grey November day. Every cloud has a silver lining.
A skunk used the catflap my mum had at her cabin in the woods, they had to lay a trail of kitty kibbles to the door as it was so bewildered it couldn't find it's way out again! I won't have one, thank you very much...
" a skunk used my mums cat flap" Made me howl
I guarantee that anyone in that cabin was howling as well.
No no! They were very calm and quiet as they guided the poor thing out and had hysterics afterwards..! They are terribly cute little critters but the smell.....
Sweet indeed John.There was a photo in The Times a couple of days of an amorous bull terrier who had got his head stuck in the cat flap because there was a rather attractive lady terrier in the garden.
Oh I love this photo ! mama with her babies under her wing ... so sweet !abusing a catflap. that sounds naughty.
What a lovely picture.
It's been my mission to abuse cat-flaps for about 50 years now.
I bet you come all over a quiver when you pass one
I'm sure I would if I ever ate one.
Never mind, she'll soon get too big to get through it. Just hope that Winnie doesn't decide to use it as a quick way out !
A very sweet photo.
Awww.And sometimes no news is the very best news.
I agree with Elephant's Child, above ^
Charley was the only one if our pups to work out the freedom a cat flap offered. As she got bigger she just learned different ways of manoeuvring her body through it. She was very good though and only went out through it to use the toilet and she always came straight back in. The other dogs would watch amazed .... although I'm sure if push came to shove (literally) Mavis could still fit through, she's as flexible as a cat.Love the picture, we all would like to sit sheltered by our Mummies wings from time to time.
We had a dog flap/door for our cocker spaniel.It was just large enough for Oliver Twist to get through.
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