Friday, October 12, 2007

The Proof's In De-Stuffing

Mom visited our cousin Sharpei's Digby and Myagi last weekend, but we stayed behind with grandpa.

Mom said Aunt Suez was concerned we would play too rough with our thin-furred cousins, so we couldn't go.


We can't IMAGINE where Aunt Suez would have gotten an idea like that. Just look at how NICELY we play with our stuffed toys!!!

7 comments:

Grammie said...

I can't imagine why anyone would worry about the two of you. Everyone knows that stuffies are made to be pulled apart. Hopefully Annie is doing better with her social manners. Maybe that is what your aunt was worried about.

Stella and Annie said...

I wish I could say Annie was doing better, but she still frequently wants to attack Stella. And once in a while Stella wants to attack Annie too! I am on prevention control (i.e. pins and needles) at all times. I can't stand the thought of giving up either one of them, so I'm still holding out hope they will outgrow their sudden bursts of dislike for one another.

Peanut said...

Good job on those stuffies girls. That is what they are meant for.

Grammie said...

have you tried a Comfort Zone plug in? It mimics pheromones to help with stress. I have one plugged in all the time at my house and really feel that it helped my spaniel.

Stella and Annie said...

Thanks for your idea Grammie. I'll look into it. Thanks for your interests and concern also! I left my girls in the house together today for the first time while I am at work. I hope there are no battered bodies or chewed up furniture when I get home!

Grammie said...

Hopefully the girls behaved themselves when you were gone. My dog Foley used to drag my shoes and socks all over the house when I was gone until I got the Comfort Zone plug in. Once he took the garbage from the kitchen and pulled it through the living room into the bedroom and closet. It was quite the mess.

Jess said...

Oh, Look, It's my baby! And he's being so good... Suspicious...