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Monday, 20 May 2013
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Episode 2 Series 4, What’s With Smart Tart, Brawleys’ Sweetheart?
Bonsoir it is I Her-Clue Paw-Row. It is the brain, the little gray cells on which one must rely. One must seek the truth within, not without mes amis. I, who have undoubtedly the finest brain in Europe at present, will reveal what we have found out about Smart Tart. Shady Lady bred a pup Brawley Crawley who like the rest of the family was a pooch that loved his hooch.
So he took to the drink most of each night and most of the time he looked a real sight. He’d pick a fight and cheat and bite much to the fright of the family. Ms Lemon open your note book and let us reveal how he came to hook up with Smart Tart. Despite the drink, he spotted her all dressed in pink and wrapped up in mink.
The Creepy Crawley Clan now turned their backs on this bunch of quacks and cracks. They thought her a shrew who used language so blue and they threw them out of the family. With three generations of pups so bad the clan decided that they were mad and so to get rid of them they were glad.
Brawley Crawley loved Smart Tart and together they set out on a life of crime. It seemed to run in their blood. Folks they would meet out on the street and out of money they’d cheat and then escape from the heat. To the police they became known much to the groan of the family.
So on the run they had some fun and showed no remorse for their criminal way which did handsomely pay.
With lots of lolly life was so jolly but someone had to pay for their folly. RIP Brawley Crawley by the gun he was done.
So the family rift of old we did unfold and now we know why fools’ gold made the family monies withhold. So the pup they bred Crawly Crawley was left adrift searching for a way out of a life of thrift because of the rift with the family.
Earl Grrrtham was aghast at the revelations from the past with the pups so fast. My granny the Dowager Countess Grrrtham would be shocked to the bone. She was such a stickler for tradition.
Her-Clue Paw-Row must now reveal did they get wed or was Flossy misled and with a puppy bred, sped with fleeting paws fled? Did she breed a family so bad that for generations their actions made the family so mad? Stay tuned as we delve ever more deeply into the shark infested waters that is Dogton Abbey.
Sunday, 19 May 2013
Nominated by last week’s guest Frankly & Ernestly Speaking!
Watch Out For The Goat!
As promised, I have to tell you all about yesterday. It started off with lots of fun. We went to the park to watch JC play soccer and then had a little picnic for his mom (her birthday) and for my mom (Mother's Day).
It was lots of fun. There were so many interesting things with all those kids and our own grandpeeps giving us lots of attention. After that we went home for a while and then we went to dinner at a friend's house.
This is Emma, it was her mom that invited us over with our pawrents. Emma is beautiful and has a wonderful smile!
This is Scruffy. He is staying with Emma for awhile until his new house is ready to move into. It was his 12th birfday! He is kind of sick so if you cross your paws for him that would be nice.
The thing about Emma's house is that there were lots of new experiences and smells that we NEVER knew before! First of all we met her cat. She was a very nice cat and we got along perfectly. There was another cat but she didn't like me. I tried to chase her down and tell her I was a fun guy but she kept running . . . so I kept following her . . .
Jayden, a very nice cat. We are friends. I hope Jayden tells the other cat I am a nice Doodle.
So there was Emma, Scruffy, Stanley, and me. Oh, and other humans that we didn't know before too. Oh, also there were two other friends.
Jakota and Makana are now our new friends too.
So after we met all these new friends were were just hanging around the yard, minding our own business. Just sniffing all the new smells.
"Hey Stanley, check out this smell . . . what do you think it is?"
"Not sure Murph, I never smelled it before. Hey Emma, what is it?"
"Boys, look up and you will see."
"What is that?? Is that a goat? No, it's two goats!"
"Whatcha think Jayden, should we go say hello to the goats?"
Emma said the goats' names were Tazer and Karbon so we thought we better say hello"
"Hello Karbon, my name is Stanley. Are you a goat? Can I sniff your butt?"
He didn't say anything, something about "Neaahhh" So We just left and went back to sniffing.
Then I heard a funny sound behind me so I turned around REALLY fast. Have you ever seen a goat up close? I mean REALLY close?
He had evil in his eyes - YIKES!
And then I heard mom screaming. Yes, she was screaming, a blood curdling scream that could be heard for miles and miles (we were close to the mountains so it might have echoed). "Murphy . . . Stanley . . . run for your lives!!!"
I ran like the wind! If mom thought I was a fast runner before, that was nothing! I had a goat hot on my tail!
And then he went after Stanley!
So it turned out that we both got butted. We didn't get too mad though, we just wondered what the heck they were doing that to us for? I mean, how rude! Anyway, after awhile we tried to talk some sense into them and guess what? We got butted AGAIN! Then one of them went over to Dad and said something to him.
"Those two Ding-Dongs are getting on my nerves!"
Dad must have said something to the goat cuz the goats said they were sorry.
"Watch this . . . gonna give 'em one for the road . . . Neaahhh"!
And he did . . .
We are two mini Goldendoodles, born on February 3, 2012, and came to live with our peeps at the age of 7 weeks. Although we are litter mates, Stanley is quite a bit bigger than Murphy (about 10 pounds). We have graduated from Puppy School, Intermediate, and Advanced Class and have our CGC (Canine Good Citizen). We love to swim, run with our pawrents, hike, chew and play, play, play. Murphy is an EXPERT at fetching balls and Stanley is an EXPERT at fetching Murphy. We have our own computers and are the official Directors of Purchasing for Blogville.
Continuing to give something back on my ‘Share It Sunday’. We all share and we grow together. Pop over say hello and make a new friend.
From the author Molly The Wally.
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Saturday, 18 May 2013
Google seems to have taken over the world in more ways than one and as it is Saturday we thought we'd take a look at what Google Street Views has captured from around the world.
Looks like The Andrex Puppy did a pit stop here!
Road bends to the left... right!
Bruce, there's a moose, loose and it is not in the hoose!
Who cares if the gates closed?
The end is nigh!
Over in weirdsville!
Here kitty, kitty!
Have a super Saturday everyone!
And Soggibottom have a cool giveaway over here!
Friday, 17 May 2013
We are pleased to note that we cats and dogs are not the only critters out there made to wear things we’d rather not. Yes straight from the land of the rising sun we bring you ‘Rodent Couture’. Tokyo-based designer, Maki Yamada, offers a selection of wacky clothes and accessories for rodents ranging from $3.50 to $18.50. The creations include a black-and-red ninja suit, a lace wedding dress with matching veil, and a straw hat with clip-on human like hair extensions. While the premise of guinea pig clothes may seem ridiculous to some, Yamada truly believes her project is for the better good of guinea pigs worldwide. “A lot of people get bored with their guinea pigs,” she reasoned. “They will take photos of them for the first week and then get bored and don’t care about them. But if you put clothes on them for a special occasion and post more pictures of them online, you are at least giving the guinea pig more love and attention.” Her next project will be outfits for prairie dogs. What next may be a skunk? I’d like to see her try. We dedicate this post to Ann My Pawsitively Pets here for Nibblet.
And if you think those were bad.......kitties run and hide!
Have a happy Fursday everybody!